Google Brings iPhone 5 Support, New Features To Google+ App

Google Brings iPhone 5 Support, New Features To Google+ App

Now longer.

Google has updated its official Google+ app for iOS to deliver support for iOS 6 and the iPhone 5’s larger 4-inch display, and to add a number of new features — including the ability to view, post, and comment on Google+ pages, and save images to the camera roll.

The app now takes advantage of the larger display on the iPhone 5 and the new iPod touch, meaning you no longer have to endure that awful letterboxed look. What’s more, if you’re a Google+ page owner, you can now view, post, and comment from your iOS devices.

This update also allows you to edit posts, which means you can finally fix those typos without having to reach for your computer, and it lets you save images to the camera roll. Finally, for those with an iPad, it also introduces the ability to search for people and posts.

You can find Google+ version 3.2 in the App Store now.

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