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Google+, Google‘s own social network, is still alive and kicking, which means that it requires some upkeep from time to time.
Google+ is getting a few new features in the next couple of weeks. First up, Google will now hide low-quality comments, like spam. You’ll still be able to see them, but you’ll have to click “See all comments” to do so. It should be a good way to clean up spam.
Google is also introducing better ... Read More »
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Even though Google Plus may not be the largest social network on the planet, Google works very hard to keep the service polished and up-to-date. Today, Google is beginning to push out a new update to the Google+ Android app that includes some new tweaks and whole host of user-requested fixes. There’s a fair amount ... Read More »
Google+ is now getting a full redesign across the web, Android, and iOS. The redesign looks pretty much the same across all platforms and is meant to put the two main features of the service at the front: Communities and Collections.
It seems that Google realizes that people don’t use Google+ as a regular social ... Read More »
So long, Google+. It was nice knowing you. Since its inception, Google has had a rough time fitting Google+ into your daily web-surfing routine. It was supposed to be the hub for all of your Google activities, from YouTube to photo storage, all while functioning as a Facebook and Twitter replacement. But after years ... Read More »
The signal to noise ratio is high on just about every social networking site under the sun. And everybody’s always looking for a good way to fix that. Google’s solution on Google+ is live now in the form of curated feeds known as Collections.
Google+ Collections are pretty straight forward. Collections are hand-curated ... Read More »
Google looks to be working on a food photo sharing service called Tablescape. The rumor comes from El Android Libre and shows several screenshots of an unreleased Google+ extension that’s reportedly being tested as a community and service in which to share great food photos. The service includes icons for different food categories, ... Read More »
A little over a year after Andy Rubin was replaced as the head of Android at Google, it looks like the big G is undergoing another major executive shake-up.
Auto Awesome is a very under-appreciated feature, mostly because it’s part of Google+. I don’t often use Google+ myself, but I love Auto Awesome. It really improves photos quite well, and the HTC Zoe-like video editing feature is useful, too. However, to celebrate the Christmas spirit, Google has added two new photo effects to Auto ... Read More »