Google just released a substantial update to the Google Plus Android app, bringing a fresh new user interface, improvements, and new features. Google Plus 184.108.40.206576161 is now rolling out to the first users, but you can grab the download from below.
In his recently published Founders’ Letter for 2013, Google CEO Larry Page talks about the company’s recent accomplishments and plans for the future.
This week in your world of Android: the OnePlus One landed with a bang, Hangouts got smarter, a Nexus 8 rumor made the rounds, Plus boss Vic Gundotra announced he’s leaving Google, the Tab 4 line got a release date, and more LG G3 specs leaked out. These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly. The OnePlus One is here Few phones have been so hyped ahead of their launch, especially when it comes to brand new devices like the OnePlus One. Overhyped or not, the self-proclaimed flagship killer’s…
In the wake of Vic Gundotra’s departure from Google, TechCrunch reports the company plans to scale back its Google Plus efforts substantially. But does that make sense?
It’s April 1st, meaning that we all have to be extra careful about the “news” we share or – the horror – blog about. Here’s a roundup of pranks tech companies have been pulling this April Fool’s.
The Google+ Android app may soon get Chromecast support, a leak suggests. Read on for more detals!
The integration of Google Plus into every Google product continues, with Gmail set to receive the ability to send messages to contacts in their Google Plus circles.
Today Google unveiled several new Google+ photo and video improvements, including the addition of Auto Awesome Movies and much more.
The event is likely dedicated to Google Plus, and while we can’t rule out a surprise appearance of the Nexus 5, it’s not something we would bet on.
Google has an online event scheduled for today, dubbed A Morning with Google+. Judging from the name of the event, which will livestream starting with 12:30pm EST, the focus will be squarely on Google’s social network. But will there be more?