Google Releases Important Updates for Google+ and StreetView

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  • 11 Oct 2012
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  • Though not exactly as popular as they had hoped, Google+ is still one of the top social services, with very well designed apps for the mobile platforms. However some of the shortcomings of Google+ for Android and iOS have been causing frustration and though the app is updated at a quick pace, it seemed like Google is missing out on some features.


    Google+ app for Android and iOS has been missing the feature that would allow users to manage their pages from their mobile devices. Fortunately, Google listened and today a new update is available, enabling the long requested feature. Starting with this version, Google+ page owners will be allowed to post, comment, and interact with their followers directly. On top of that, the Google+ widget has been redesigned and a new ‘Find people’ feature has been included, to help you discover people and topics more easily.

    Coming to Street View, Google has released the most important version to date. The app now supports over over 250,000 miles of roads around the world. Street View coverage has been increased for the following countries: U.S., Canada, Great Britain, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand and Macau. Special collections cover new territories, like South Africa, Japan, Spain, France, Brazil and Mexic. There are also new sites available, from  the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taiwan, Fort Canning Park in Singapore, Elsinore Castle in Denmark, Catherine Palace and Ferapontov monastery in Russia to the Stanley Park in Vancouver.

    You can download the new versions of Google+ and Street View from the Play Store.

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