Google has reported the release of its new Android application. The company has updated the version to 3.3 for google+ applications. Once the application is installed the users will be able to upload large photo files of any size.
The version also involves photo sphere for mobile streaming and lock-screen widget exclusively for Android 4.2. However the photo sphere requires powerful devices running on Android 4.2. Hence this 360-degree phenomenon is available only for users with Froyo or versions after that.
The on-the-go profile editing feature allows users to write content and publish it all within the device. The Instant Upload feature of the application extends support for full resolution photo uploads.
The users can swipe through the photo albums, just tap and view photos in the lightbox, pan and zoom effect to stream photos. The longer post snippets enable the users to read the comment below every post without having to scroll.
In addition, the users can subscribe to their favorite groups and connect with their family and friends through google+. The updated application also features support for Event time zones, and helps in integrating with Google Now. To use the application a user just requires 150kb of bandwidth.
The other attractive features include the animated GIFs and the birthday notifications through cards. Users can now avail the Android v3.3 version of Google+ from the Play Store, and the Google+ for iOS v4.0 from the Apple's iTunes Store.
The other web version of Google+ expected to release anytime soon include solo broadcasts, easier RSVPing, and the potentiality to create duplicate events.