Google has just announced several new features rolling out now to Google+ users everywhere. Not only has Google added a trending topics feature known as What’s Hot, but they’ve also added a built-in photo editor and Google+ Ripples, a “visualization tool for public shares and comments.”
Now that the Android 4.0 SDK is available, we’ll have tons of hackers tearing up the latest release searching for even more goodies hidden within the code. You could spend your time installing the emulator and playing with it yourself or you could just turn to Android engineer Dan Morrill for ... Read More »
It’s not everyday you get to see Senior Vice President of Engineering at Google, Vic Gundotra, introduce a new feature in Google+. Google has been busy slowly rolling out changes and improvements to the service, but today’s new additions are special. Finally, Google has enabled clickable hashtags and real-time search support.
Google+ has been around for almost 3 months now. The Search Giant’s exciting new social network has been great since the beginning, but there are definitely features we’ve been asking for or complaining about. There’s always room for improvement, and the development team has been working hard on that. Today, Google announced 16 ... Read More »
Ever since Google+ was first released, developers have been waiting for their chance to use the service in new and exciting ways. Back in August, a small sampling of devs were granted access to the code necessary for testing third-party Google+ applications. As announced today, all eager developers will finally get their shot at testing ... Read More »
Roughly two months after its release, Google+ has become a serious competitor in the social space. Google’s version of what a social network should be reached 25 million unique visitors in just over a month, making it the fastest growing social networking service ever. As far as social products made by ... Read More »
Our last contest The Great Android Gaming Survey resulted in an infogrpahic that generated some interesting observations. Some infographs play into stereotypes, but we still like to share them because of our love of data. This weekend we have three more Android-related infographs covering everything from mobile patents to mobile malware. Read on ... Read More »
Flash/HTML-based games and the online community experience that surrounds them can really define a social network. Take Twitter and Facebook for example. Without games, Facebook and Twitter are even more similar than they already are. With the addition of games, however, Facebook becomes a one-stop shop for entertainment. Clearly, Google is trying to take the ... Read More »
Google+ could be the fastest growing site in history with 25 million users since its launch, but it has a long way to go to catch up with Twitter (200 million) and Facebook (750 million). In order to make it easier to sign up, Google just rolled out a new feature ... Read More »
Users of Google’s new social network Google+ are waking up today to an update to Google’s Android application. Version 1.0.5 of Google+ was released last night, and brings a host of bugfixes and much needed improvements to the notification system.