Google+ app for Android gets much-requested features

Google+ app for Android gets much-requested features

The Google+ app for Android has received a number of new features as part of the most recent update. Rolling out over the next few days, the app brings about some much-requested details such as automatically refreshing your friends’ locations.  The v4.2 also adds in support for Daydream and Android Beam, as well as the ability to view photo details (EXIF data) directly in the app.

  • Opening “Locations” will automatically refresh your friends’ locations on the map
  • Photos now supports Android Beam, so you can share photos via NFC
  • Photos also supports Daydream, so you can view your pics in screensaver mode when charging or docking your device
  • Individual photo details are now available in the drop-down menu

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