Many Google-ers are in act again, finally announcing Google+ which is available to download for the iPhone and iPod touch via the App Store from today.
Google + app for the iOS is first version to be launched and many more to come in the foreseeable future which may perhaps include iOS camera interaction with Google+ webchat. However, this announcement hasn’t come to no surprise, as Google are very keen expand on their ever growing social network and expected to reach out to 10 million users by the end of the week.
Google issued an Android app a few weeks ago, but iOS customers were left only with the web interface.
Like the Android app, the iOS version lets people monitor their posts from people they follow, the “incoming” posts from people who follow them, and nearby posts from those who are geographically proximate. It also lets people publish posts to circles, the [groups] of people that Google+ users define when they want to communicate with a private group, also in the mobile app is the huddle feature to set up impromptu chat rooms with contacts.
Google’s Senior Senior Vice President Vic Gundotra announced today, “Share just the right stuff, with just the right circles,”