If you visit Google+ on your smartphone or tablet via your web browser and not the dedicated Google+ app, you’ll notice that you now have a fresh, new layout for Google‘s social media site.
This redesign will apply globally because it’s the mobile web version, so if you’re a Windows Phone user or you just don’t like the Google+ app, this will be right up your alley.
Among the addition of material design elements and the hamburger menu button, sharing on Google+ mobile web is much easier. At the bottom-right of the page, you’ll see the graphic overlay of a button with a pencil in it. This is your new “Share” button.
The news of the redesign was delivered by Danielle Buckley, a product manager for Google+. Here’s what she had to say about the refresh:
Today we’re excited to announce the new and improved Google+ experience for mobile web. We focused on making everything faster, more beautiful, and more intuitive. To check out all the new updates, visit plus.google.com on your phone or tablet’s browser.
As always, we’d love to hear what you think!
So do what the nice lady says and visit plus.google.com on your smartphone or tablet in the web browser and check out the new design elements.
Source: Danielle Buckley