We kept up to date our article a few minutes ago, and as somebody already knows, the Google+ new update for the Android is now eventually live in the Google Play Store. There are some main differences between the earlier version (size 26.58MB), and the new version (size 33.01MB) with built-in Snapseed photo editing.
First one, some cleaning has been given to the sidebar with Google eliminating the Local from the sidebar, changing it instead with the Locations. The “Local” was simply applied to send you to the Maps application for searching restaurants and businesses, while this new “Locations” option indicates you a map view of your Google+ friends are located where.
User profile pages have been updated with a new design and style and tabbed format for easily moving between About, Photos and Posts. Choosing the Hangouts from the Google+ sidebar now sends you over to the real Hangouts application (earlier known as Google Talk).
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Now the Google+ settings are lot more sleek, and look identical to the typical Android settings application, finish with icons as a visual sign as to whatâs on the inside. Oh âInstant Uploadâ is now referenced to as âAuto Backupâ in the Google+ settings, and the auto enhance and auto awesome are by default enabled if you have your photos set to auto publish from your gadget.
Now Google+ provides a much improved grid view of your pictures, enabling users to watch by Highlights, Pictures, Collections, or Pictures of You. Picking out a photo and pushing the menu button now displays a new list of options, the most significant is the Download Image option no longer available. Obviously, the most significant interest is the new Snapseed integration which can be opened up by picking the small pencil icon. From where, people can select from a list of typical hipster filters, or tweak the photo in other ways. After editing, Google+ informs you that the first images prior to the changes is however saved and can be recovered at any time.