Still waiting for the iPad-optimized version
The most talked-about new social network, Google+, is now available on the iPhone.
The free app, which Google’s Vice President of Social Vic Gundotra announced on his own account earlier today, comes just a few days after Google reported that it has more than 10 million users on its new network.
And the app promises much of the same functionality as the PC version of Google+. It allows for users to manage Circles, the core functionality in which users can sort people by shared interests, as well as Stream, Google+’s ever-flowing collection of comments status updates, photos and videos from a member’s network.