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Google+ mobile web interface revamp mimics native apps

updated 05:50 pm EDT, Mon March 12, 2012

Updates look and feel of browser-based app

Google has redesigned the mobile web version of its Google+ social networking service. The latest release provides a crisper, less cluttered look to its browser-based offering. The company claims that the new interface is much closer to the native apps running on Android, iOS, and Blackberry 7 devices.

The web-based release offers support in 60 countries. Windows Phone wasn't explicitly mentioned and may not necessarily adapt to the new web version, although Windows Phone 7.5 should support the use of HTML5.










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