Google improves 'look and feel' of Google+ on the mobile web

Google has started rolling the updates announced at I/O 2013 event to different versions of Google+.

Published Date
22 - May - 2013
| Last Updated
22 - May - 2013
 
Google improves 'look and feel' of Google+ on the mobile web

After having updated the desktop version of Google , Google is now rolling out an update to mobile web version of the Social Networking service. Google in a post said the update aims to 'improve the look and feel of Google on the mobile web'.

Google redesign makes posts now appear as “cards” in the stream, which is likely to make it easier for users reading and 1'ing and re-sharing them. The Profiles and Pages have also been redesigned to include cover photos and larger touch-tap targets.

As you can notice, the change to the mobile version of the service is similar to those made for the desktop recently. At the Google I/O 2013 event, the Internet giant announced a new layout for Google with a special emphasis on photos, mimicing Facebook and Pinterest. The update announced at the event included 41 new features, including larger photos, automatic addition of related hashtags, and multi-column layout.

Google earlier this week rolled out these updates to the Android version of Google . The Google for Android v4.0 has such new features as auto-highlight and auto-enhance functionality, which automatically edit pictures as well as lets you choose which in the lot are the most interesting for the uploads. Read more about the update here.

Here’s how Google on the mobile web looks: