With Facebook’s announcement that their user base reached 1.5 billion people, Twitter’s efforts to revitalize their audience, and Snapchat and Instagram’s rise to social media dominance, we’re left scratching our heads as to where Google+ fits into the mix.
Google has unveiled a re-design of their Google+ platform, putting the focus on Communities and Collections, in line with user demand. The move could have significant benefits over time, appeasing existing users and, maybe, helping attract more to the platform over time.
For the first time in 16 years, Google is giving its iconic logo a refresh. Taking on a more rounded, simplistic look, the new logo looks similar in design to the font used in the recently unveiled logo for Google’s new parent company Alphabet .
Google is in the headlines again after creating new parent company Alphabet , and its recent distancing of the company from lackluster social network Google+. YouTube accounts aren’t forcibly linked to Plus anymore, and the new focus on ‘stand-alone’ companies within the Alphabet banner had many debating whether Plus would be left to live or die on its own merit.
Imagine a world without Google. Seriously, it’s a pretty horrific thought, right? Living in our digital age means we’ve got everything we could ever want right at our fingertips. In large part, this is due to Google’s incredible ingenuity. From the basics of Google Search and Google Maps to Google...
Google has announced that users will no longer require a Google+ profile to access and use Google products - most notably, YouTube. The changes, which will come into effect over the next few months, are the latest sign that Google is distancing itself from it's social network project, at least in terms of what it was meant to be. But could that be a good thing for the Google+ network?
Google has introduced a new feature in Gmail that will make it easier for certain business owners to get reviews from their target audience. Just as users can respond to RSVP through Gmail, this new option will let Gmail users review restaurants and other businesses right from their inbox.