Google+ is being updated today, bringing some bug fixes along with a few new features. The feature updates have a lot to do with the Google+ Photos app, as Google prepares itself as a contender for your photo storage and sharing hub. The update also brings changes to “Locations”, should you find yourself using it.
Dayframe is an app that will turn your Android handset into a photo frame. This one comes by way of Cloud.tv, the same team responsible for HD Widgets and should not be confused with Daydream, the Jelly Bean feature. The Dayframe app is set to arrive in the Play Store on November 12th, however we took advantage of the beta program to get an early look.
Google+ itself, which offered the reminder about how Google+ opened to the public in September 2011 and how Google ships a new version "almost" every day.
released their app for Android back in June, and they've been extremely busy updating it rather often with improvements. The last was earlier this month, and yesterday they pushed a pretty large update that is all about, well, photos of course.
few times in the past. However, this morning they finally announced the app, and it's in the Play Store available to all.
back in April for Australia only, but now everyone can get in on the action and easy uploads.