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Google+ iPhone app finally released

19th July 2011 by Alex Davies | Innovation

Overview

After a two and a half week wait for the release of the Google+ iPhone app, Apple have now finally verified it. As you would expect, the app has been available for the Android platform for quite some time now. Google sources claimed last week that the iOS version had been submitted to the app store for approval that prior week. No one really knows why the process took so long on this occasion, although rumours are flying as to whether this was a tactical move by Apple.

Interface

As seen above, the interface itself is ultra clean, similar to that of the browser version. The home screen is very minimalistic with an all white background and 5 buttons – Stream, Huddle, Photos, Profile and Circles.

Where can I get it…

The app can be downloaded for free from iTunes here

It is currently only available on the following Apple devices: iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 4 with an iOS of 4.0 or later. Google have stated that an iPad version is currently in development.

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