July 2, 2011 by Jordan
Following the private, invitation-only launch of Google Plus (Google+), Google’s response to FaceBook, the company has announced that is is currently working on a Google Plus app for the iPhone and other iOS devices.
Earlier the company has launched a Google Plus app for Android 2.1, and it seems that the iPhone version of the application will be coming out rather soon if Google’s spokespersons are to be believed.
Google+ app for iOS will be a native application, that will be available to download from the AppStore for free.
As of now it’s not immediately known what features it will offer as compared to the Android app version, nor do we know when it will be released to the public.
Google Plus is Google’s recently launches social media network, which offers close integration with Google Search and other popular Google services.
We’ll keep you posted as further news on Google Plus iPhone app will become available.
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