The free Google+ app just received an update that brings it iPad support for the first time. Version 220.127.116.116 also brings the social networking site to the iPod touch via a native app.
Currently in beta, Google+ arrived on the scene in late June to take on Facebook. Since then, there are over 25 million users according to the most recent estimates.
The new app update also includes:
- Huddle settings
- Aggregated circle add notifications
- Performance and stability improvements
Note, today’s update does not mean that the Google+ app is now universal. Only, iPad users can now use the app via the tablet for the first time. Plus, the app isn’t yet compatible with iOS 5 (you’ll be able to install it on an iDevice with the beta OS, but it will crash)
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