Google+ for Android updated (4.4) with new UI, auto awesome stories and more

Google+ for Android has been updated to version 4.4 which brings several new features and improvements including a brand new user interface. Google+ for Android brings Google social network to your Android devices.

You can download the update directly on your device through the Google Play Store. You can also download the APK file and find out what's new after the break

Download from the Google Play Store
Price Free
Requirements Varies with device

Keep in mind that Google rolls out their app updates in phases, so it may be awhile before the Google+ for Android update is available for your device. You could consider downloading the official APK file after the break.

File Name:
MD5: db8f5de61690033d19ff41d05d89933e
Version: 4.4 (Android 4.4+)

Google+ for Android version 4.4 has the following new features and improvements:
  • Auto Awesome Stories now combine your photos, videos and the places you visit into beautiful travelogues. You can read more at
  • Auto Awesome Movies are now available on Android, iOS and the web, so lots more people will receive highlight reels of their photos and videos. Here’s one example:
  • You can now create animated GIFs and photobooth-style images on demand. Just tap the new plus button in Photos, and select either Motion or Mix.
  • Really big photo libraries are now supported on Android, so you can access your many thousands of photos quickly and easily.
  • You can now browse your entire photo library, as well as your highlights, by date. Just drag the new scroll bar to move forwards or backwards in time.
  • Profiles now display total content views on both Android and the web. (You can choose to show or hide this number via settings.)
  • A new navigation menu makes it easier to switch between your favorite circles and communities, as well as other places in the app.
  • It’s a lot easier to share content from your phone or tablet. To give it a try, just tap the new pencil icon at the bottom right of the stream.
  • The app menu now slides away as you move down the stream, letting posts fill the entire screen.
  • Links for Play Store Betas are visible in the app
  • Live camera preview tile in new post screen
  • Search button on the main screen now instead of in navigation menu

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