The Google+ app is now a little less cool than the old Facebook app, but that’s not stopping the app from being a huge pain in the ass.
Google is getting rid of a bunch of its older apps to save some money, and Google+ is the biggest culprit of all.
If you’re looking for a Google+ client on iOS, there’s nothing more annoying than a bunch more tabs, filters, and search suggestions.
And Google+ still sucks.
For the iPhone, Google+ will be gone.
That means you’ll no longer be able to access Google+ from the Google+ website or in the Google Plus app.
You’ll have to use the app to find all of your Google+ friends and see what they are up to.
You can use the Google+) search feature to find your friends in the same thread or in different threads, but you’ll have more trouble finding them.
And while you can’t view your Google+, friends list on the desktop or the lock screen, you can still see the list on your lock screen and on the lock menu.
Google+ has also been stripped of its “friends list” feature, meaning that your Google+.
friends list will no longer appear in your notifications.
There are some good reasons for this: Google+ users will no doubt be disappointed that their friends list is no longer there, as Google+ was a pretty integral part of the app.
It’s also easy to forget that you have an active Google+ account if you don’t keep up with updates, and there are no notifications to remind you to update.
And if you’re not a Google Plus user, it’s really easy to lose interest in the app, and it will likely be your last Google+ experience.
So the best way to go is to switch to the new Facebook app.
If that’s you, you’ll still get a great new app experience on your iPhone and the Facebook app will be the same.
But if you’ve been using the old Google+ or Facebook apps, this will be a major step backwards.
The new Facebook apps are also free, but the old ones cost you $10.
That’s the price of having an active Facebook account.
But what’s the point of using an app that is free if you can find nothing useful out of it?
We all know the answer to that question: the old versions of Google+ suck.
If Google+ wants to keep making money, they’ll need to make more money.
If the old apps don’t work, they’re going to need to be updated.
And that will mean less users, more time, and more frustration.
We’ll be back next week with the new Google+ and Facebook apps and when we come back, we’ll have the final verdict on the new apps.