Supporting Apps for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich are getting released one after another, after AndroidPolice the popular website landed themselves with the Google Nexus Prime device. Earlier we had reported about Google Music 4.0.1 and how you can download and install it on your Android device right now.
Now after Google Music we have another update about Google+ 2.0.0 with support for Ice Cream Sandwich which can be downloaded and installed right now.
From Android Police:
As you can see, the update doesn’t bring much in way of function, but it does bring a nice aesthetic update. There is one key thing missing, however: the widget. That’s right — for some reason, the widget is nowhere to be found… but only on phones. This is most likely still a test build, so I would expect the widget to pop back up in the future. It is still available on tablets, and it’s a major upgrade from the current widget.
The Apps are basically made with keeping the amazing graphical interface of the Ice Cream Sandwich. The Google+ 2.0.0 is having polished interface.
Although if you are looking for better functions and options you would be rather dissappointed. The all new Google+ 2.0.0 is basically providing just better graphics and appearance. However this new graphics is very impressive and we recommend our readers to download and install it.
We suggest our readers to make sure that you can sideload Apps apart from the Android Market. To do that you can press the menu button on the homescreen, and then navigate to Settings > Applications and check the Unknown Sources box.
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