Google has unleashed a revamped version of its Google+ app on Android, bringing photo support for both Daydream and Android Beam alongside other notable features.
If your device is compatible with NFC (Near Field Communication) and you have activated the Android Beam, you can smoothly share your images through the app. Just tap your device’s back to another device in order to transfer your images quickly.
Likewise, if you activate Daydream, a collection of your Google+ images will appear on your screen while your device is charging/docked. So you can see your images in screensaver mode!
In addition, whenever you open up ‘Locations’ option under the navigation menu, the map gets automatically updated to present the accurate locations of your contacts. Though it’s a minor change, it helps you to easily check where your friends are.
Android users can download the latest version of Google+ app from the link given below.
Google+ download link for Android (free)