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12 / 04 / 2012

Google+ more functional and beautiful

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Google+ more functional and beautiful
Google+ updated yesterday its  front-end interface with relevant functional and aesthetic changes. New enhancements give greater importance to the content, increasing the space for publications, photographs and videos, making Google+ more visual in order to attract the user's eyes to the content.

Some of the additions are the main photo that fills most of the header of the website and the fact of giving more importance to the company logo.

At the functional level is renamed a new section called "Explore" used to see trends or trends of Google+ and popular content.

It also incorporates the famous timeline of other social networks and the ability to rearrange the sidebar menu of the application.

It has also updated sections meeting places and hangouts providing them with more importance.

Surprisingly Google has left a  generous white space on the side of Google+. There is a reason; the oncoming greater change... will have to wait.

These changes in Google+, that are already being implemented, have the aim to make a Google+ more simple and nicer but, above all, more functional. What is clear is that it is a new leap forward in which they have known how to incorporate the improvements made recently by other popular social networks.

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