Google is preponing the shut down of it’s social network Google+ and will now be sunsetting the consumer version of the platform and its APIs in April 2019. Originally planned to be discontinued in August 2019, the platform has been hit by yet another bug, forcing the tech company’s hand to take this step. Launched with an ambition to counterweight the growing popularity of Facebook in 2011, the project didn’t take off as expected. Google+ joins the company’s instant messaging app Allo, which will discontinue in March next year.
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