A new version of Google+ has been released, but this is the first time we’ve seen it in all its glory.
It’s the new beta, and it’s been pushed to April 15th.
It has been pushed as part of Google’s rollout of a new version for its Google+ app on Android phones, as well as a beta version for users who have already signed up for Google+ on iOS.
Google’s blog post explains that the new update includes bug fixes and improvements.
Google says that the update includes a number of improvements and bug fixes.
One of those improvements is the ability to sync multiple accounts, with Google saying that you can now sync up to 30 different accounts.
Another is a new “Send” feature which lets you send your contacts and calendar information to the service.
There’s also a new ‘Find’ feature, which lets users search for specific people in your contacts list, or you can search for a person’s birthday and/or time.
There are also a few other bug fixes, including a new setting that allows you to save messages and photos when you’re not logged into Google+.
Other notable new features include the ability for users to mark their own posts, and a new feature called “Like” which lets people automatically share links to posts, images, and videos they find.
All of this is a great start to Google+ for Android users, and we’re looking forward to seeing what Google does next with the service’s other services, including the Hangouts, Google+, Hangouts Live, and Google+ Groups.
Google also recently added its own version of Hangouts to Android devices.
You can check out the full changelog from Google below, or download the new Beta to get the latest version of the Google+ Google app on your Android device.