Updated: 11/13/2018 by Computer Hope
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Abbreviated as G+, Google+ is a social networking service made available for invite-only on June 28, 2011. Below are some of the current key features of Google+.

  • Circles - Section that allows each of your friends, family, acquaintances, and others you know to be broken into groups allowing you share, communicate, and view only your interests.
  • Hangouts - Video chat where up to 10 people can get together and talk with each other.
  • Huddle - An Android, iPhone, and SMS feature that allows users to communicate only within a circle.
  • Instant uploads - Android phone feature that automatically uploads photos and video to a private album that allows for easy sharing later.
  • Sparks - Section that allows you to search by content your interests. For example, a spark for "computers" or "computer hope" could be created.

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