Google+ Android Application Arrives for Invited Few

Google+, the up and coming social network from Google, has just landed in the Android Market as a free application for 2.1+ devices.  This applications ties in about every Google+ feature including some other features like:

  • Your Social Stream
  • Instant Upload
  • Huddle (Group Messaging)

We have also added a video below the break to visually show the features of the Google+ Android application. Would you use Google+ for yourself? Leave your comments below or on our Facebook wall telling us what appeals most to you!  NOTE: You’ll need an invitation to join the party so be patient if you cannot sign in right away.

Source: Google | YouTube

Download: Android Market

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8gvHaX1cwY&feature=channel_video_title[/youtube]

 

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18 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    June 28, 18:45 Reply

    I’m really looking forward to a Facebook alternative and getting the chance to try out Google’s new app for this!

  2. Anonymous
    June 28, 18:45 Reply

    I’m really looking forward to a Facebook alternative and getting the chance to try out Google’s new app for this!

  3. Anonymous
    June 28, 18:45 Reply

    I’m really looking forward to a Facebook alternative and getting the chance to try out Google’s new app for this!

  4. Garry
    June 28, 18:53 Reply

    An early adopted and vocal supporter net I am never an early invitee 

  5. Garry
    June 28, 18:53 Reply

    An early adopted and vocal supporter net I am never an early invitee 

  6. Tony Sumrall
    June 28, 21:58 Reply

    So many of the folks I know are on Facebook and most of them don’t trust it but have nowhere to go. Hopefully Google+ will give us all an alternative.

  7. Jake
    June 28, 23:12 Reply

    I’m telling all of my imaginary friends on Google Wave and Google Buzz about this! We always hangout at Google hotpots.

  8. Anonymous
    June 29, 00:37 Reply

    I think it looks awesome, can’t wait to get an invite. The hard part will be getting others to switch from Facebook, most of the people I know probably wouldn’t.

  9. Macdonx
    June 29, 01:26 Reply

    Really? This is already late and they’re doing “Private Invites” for testing? Seriously Google. Are you really that dumb? You’re already left behind!

    • nportelli
      June 29, 16:43 Reply

      Google had social website before or damned near Facebook and Myspace.  Remember Okrut?

  10. Aaqil Mahmood
    June 30, 02:07 Reply

    Why does often Android Market says me that some applications are not available for my phone or for my country? I always install them if I get some direct link to their .apk installers.

  11. Visionmixx
    June 30, 16:25 Reply

    I for one welcome this…in case anybody missed it, fb sucks ballz and their android application is pitiful.

  12. Macaso
    June 30, 19:27 Reply

    Does anybody has a problem with multiple account sign on using the android app? I have two accounts on my device but Google+ only gives me the choice of the first account on the phone list…

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