Google’s Failed Social Networking Service, Google+, Is Officially Replaced By Google Currents


Google shut down personal accounts from its social networking service, Google+ in April 2019 after a series of security concerns and its failure in keeping the audience engaged. The service was still available for enterprise customers to communicate within the organisation and launched Currents in beta version shortly after the shut down. Google+ is now officially gone and is rebranded to Google Currents. Google Currents has moved from beta and is now available widely for iOS and Android users. The tech giant had sent out a notice to G Suite admins last month about the rebranding and the general availability of the service. If you search for Google+ on App Store or Google Play, the result will show Google Currents with the Google+ logo changed to a blue waveform like icon giving it a Google Material Theme design. The existing plus.google.com URLs will continue to function and automatically redirect the users to currents.google.com. Read More

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Are you bored of the social networking Apps where all of them feel the same? Try Ablo and you will know about how good it is to meet people right from your first connection. It is not a dating App but you will be able to make friends from any part of the world with the least amount of effort. Talk to people who belong to different countries and speak different languages with the help of live translator which works for both chats and video calls. Read More

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