Google Plus changes opens to public
Google recently announced, on their Google blog, their completion of their 90 day field trial of the Google+ project and officially opened Google+ signups to the public. During this time period, they have made 91 different improvements. Although fairly new to the market, it is bringing real-life sharing to today’s software. Below, you will find some of the recently revealed features.
The Main Google Plus Changes
One of the greatest arenas to be developed is their Hangouts. The chief purpose it to utilize live video to bring people together. The online community has molded the features in amazing and creative ways. Google is constantly seeking new innovative ways for communication in person to enable others to expand on the platform as well.
List of Google Plus Changes
- There is the use of your mobile phone. To begin, simply locate and active hangout and tap “Join”.
- There are hangouts on air which are essentially public broadcasts to reach larger audiences or participate as a spectator. To setup, start a normal hangout and you will be provided with an option to record or broadcast your session. Additionally, as usual, up to nine individuals can hangout and anyone can watch your live broadcast.
- Hangouts includes screen sharing with whatever might be on your screen, Sketchpad to enable you to draw or just scribble with one another and Google Docs so you can write, present, or plan something with others.
- Hangouts API’s allows you, as a developer, to design new apps or games, etc.
- Search in Google + and locate people or specific posts and overall content from the web. The search results include material that is visible only to yourself so personal searches are as easy world events.
- Lastly, There is no mandatory invitation required and is available to anyone.
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