Google+ Has a Few More Tricks Up Its Sleeve

Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) unleashed a new design for its Google+ mobile site on Monday. The design resembles the Google+ app for Android and iOS (NASDAQ:AAPL), so Google+ iPhone users can now rejoice over the native app for the social network.

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The new UI comes with a visual refresh and is expected to facilitate the use of Google+ with a mobile browser. More importantly, individual posts can now be re-shared with a click of a button.

Even though Google+ is available via an iPhone app, it is still missing a native iPad app. There are no updates on the availability of an iPad app according to a Google spokesperson.

Google+ has recently made its service available in more than 60 languages including Zulu and Icelandic. Google has not given up on Google+ and is rolling out some major changes to revamp the service.

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