Google+ will soon be available on iOS and Android.
The developer of the popular mobile photo-sharing app Google+ is launching an app called Google+ Mobile today, with Android and iOS versions due out in the coming months.
As part of the rollout, Google+ now has its own Google+ app on iOS.
For developers, Google is offering a few perks to users: Google+ Mobile is free for those who sign up for the Google+ social network, with no subscription required.
The app is available to download from the Google Play Store, as well as Google’s own mobile app store.
Google is also offering an ad-free version of the Google+.
app, which has similar features to Google+.
There are currently no plans to bring Google+ to Android, but the app is expected to be available soon on Android devices.
Google+ is still an Android app.
But Google+ has had success with its mobile apps on iOS, especially on iPhones, which have been a key platform for Google+.
Google+ for iOS will not be the only app Google will be releasing on Android in the future.
It will also be possible for Google to bring its social network to Android tablets and phones in the short term.
One such Android tablet is the LG G PadFone, which will launch in the US in the fall, with a price tag of $199.
LG is also expected to release a G PadOne, a tablet with similar specs, in the second half of this year.
One Android smartphone will likely come from Apple, with the rumored iPhone XS and XS Max expected to launch in September, with prices starting at $1,399.
Apple will also bring its iPhone app to Android in a limited fashion, with new iPhones expected to debut in early 2020.
While the Google app is free to users, it will cost $9.99 to upgrade to Google Plus on iOS or Android.