By Anton D. Nagy | June 28, 2012 5:12 AM
One of the main problems with the Google Android ecosystem is the lack of tablet-optimized applications. While most of the users out there reject the inflated aspect of common smartphone and tablet applications on a slate, some do indeed appreciate it. We, however, listed tablet-specific applications as one of the steps Google should take towards Android tablet domination.
On this exact note, Mountain View has finally released a tablet-optimized version of Google+. The application is still the same but the bits in the code are smart and they realize you’re running the app on a slate. As you can see in our screenshot above, it really looks good. Now, please add more tablet-optimized apps and you should win users over by the dozens — with all the great features of Jelly Bean.
That aside, the new Google+ also features a new functionality dubbed “events with Party Mode”, a visual refresh and improved navigation as well as improved circle management. Grab the new Google+ from the source link below or just visit the Google Play Store on your Android tablet for an update.
Source: Google Play Store