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Google+ Gets a Complete Redesign, With a More Customizable Interface

New Google+ Profile
Today, Google has launched a new revamped version of Google+, more functional, flexible and customizable. More than 170 million people have upgraded to Google+ after its launch in September 2011.

“We’ve just begun the worldwide rollout of a more functional and flexible version of Google+. We think you’ll find it easier to use and nicer to look at, but most importantly, it accelerates our efforts to create a simpler, more beautiful Google.” said by Vic Gundotra – Senior Vice President, Engineering – Google.

Google says in it’s official blog post – “Once you’ve upgraded to Google+, it’s easy to share with your circles from just about anywhere. We’re dreaming bigger, though.”

First Look at New Google+

New Navigation

You can drag apps up or down to create the order you want. Also you can show or hide apps by moving them in and out of “More”.

As a user, I find this new facelift very handy and it looks cool as well. With this new facelift Google, which is always known for its enhancement efforts to make its product more user-friendly, continues its legacy.

What do you think of this new Google+? Do you love it or feel that it could be better? Do you long for old Google+? Share your views in the comment section. While we are at it, will you care to Google+ this post? Thanks!

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5 comments

  1. It looks great to me, no problem with navigation or loading time. But can’t remove post description.

  2. Social Guy

     Yes @twitter-107673102:disqus  Ur right, I can’t able to delete the by default post’s description.

  3. Wow, huge improvement! Is the cover photo new too? (I haven’t checked out G+ in a while.. – copied from FB?!) Looks more “fun” in any case, which is good. (Not saying they have to go completely spastic but this is a good mix)

  4. I thought the original G+ design was refreshing and original…. but this is… so much better!
    The main nav bar on the side reminds me of Unity. And yes I know that many people don’t have wide screens and many also despise Unity (for that or other reasons) but this feller here sure likes it.

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