Google+ Unveils Renovations To Its User Interface

Google released today a revamp of it’s social network, greatly changing the site’s look as well as adding new features. The new improvements encourage more seamless interaction online and make photo-sharing more acceptable. Most notably, the site now boasts simpler, more modernist design that allows people to interact more easily with less distracting features.

The new layout emphasizes the photo-sharing aspect of social networking, almost adopting an aesthetic in its posts similar to Tumblr. The photos are larger, and by this design make the Google+ experience a more visual one.

Comment features and the community aspect of the site have been brought to the forefront with the renovation. This will encourage more interaction amongst its users. Another improvement is the easy-to-use navigation bar at the top of the page, now customizable and easier to use.

Google+ is growing strong as a social network alternative to Facebook. In January theist had 90 million users. Today it has 170 million. The new interface makes Google+ easier to use and the new design makes it much more visual appealing, so there is little to show that the network will not continue to grow. The company will reveal other improvements as this week goes on.

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