A new update to Google+ for Android has begun rolling out, bringing Google’s social network application to version 7.3.0.
This update is largely bug fixes and performance improvements. On top of those fixes and improvements, Google’s Luke Wroblewski noted they’ve also made browsing faster over Wi-Fi connections.
There were also a few improvements to make the app more seamless and easier to use. Users can now filter notifications by All, Unread, and Other. Some new community moderation tools have been added as well as the ability to delete multiple items at a time in the Activity Log.
Wroblewski also mentioned that Search Autocomplete is back, as the bug has been fixed that caused some errors while users were in Airplane Mode.
If you haven’t been prompted to download the new update yet, be sure to hit the download link below and grab it manually.
source: Luke Wroblewski (Google+)