Google+ Now Supports App Downloads From the Stream

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  • 14 Nov 2012
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  • Google continues to unify its services and applications into a bigger Google experience and today announced that they now allow users to download Android apps from the Stream. This means you can share applications from Google Play on Google+ and Google will automatically add the needed install button.

    This way users can install the Android apps they want straight from the Google+ stream without having to go to the Play Store. All you need to do to make this happen is paste a link from Google Play to Google+. Sadly, the option doesn’t appear if you share the app from Google Play, but we expect that to come later on. There’s a screenshot above showing how the whole thing goes.

    Apparently Google did a similar thing with Music on Google+ when Google Music launched. So, one could share a preview of a song with his contacts on Google+ and the user could download that song. Movies don’t have this feature yet, but everything is headed to that direction. What’s next? Installing an app straight from a YouTube video you’re watching?

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