Google+, the unhappy social network of the search giant, is officially gone. It has been replaced on iOS and Android by Google Currents, reported 9to5Mac Google.
This launch begins with a new Google+ image for Android and iOS to Google Currents. The latest version presents the blue waveform icon and gives the application a redesign of the Google Material theme. The main user interface is essentially unchanged with a welcome flow ordered by relevance (or chronology), while messages from company management can be given priority with a sparkling icon. Text, links, images and other content from Drive can be shared, as can surveys. Otherwise, this internal community tool takes up the concept of “tags” and “feeds” from Google+.