This is the year 2016, and social media has grown up to be the most significant and important thing on the web. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram…all the websites are bustling with people trying to connect with each other, and the world has become more of a social village. Well, it is natural for every tech giant to try their hands at new trends, and Google+ is Google’s take on Facebook. Of course, Google+ hasn’t been able to beat Facebook or Twitter by any means. But if you think no one uses Google+, you would actually be surprised to know that Google+ has more than 300 million monthly active users.
Just like every other social media website, Google+ has got its own free Android app too. Using the free Google+ app, you can explore your interests and can connect with the people who share the same interests. There are communities to join, and every community is based on a topic, which again helps you connect with like-minded people. Google+ is actually a fun place to be in.
The Google+ app, just like most of the other Google apps for Android, is very fluid and fast. The app receives regular updates, and one new update has just been released. The new Google+ update bumps up the version to 220.127.116.11998773 (415111009) and takes the total file size to 22.6 MB. The minimum requirement for this update is Android 4.4 KitKat. And of course, it brings some changes. Communities get a new design, and you can now pin posts in your Collections. Navigating through the app and overall experience has now been improved with performance tweaks and bug fixes.
You can download this Google+ 18.104.22.168998773 update for free from the Play Store or mirror sites.