Google+ for Android Updated to Version 3.2.2

Developers have yet to publish the official changelog

By on November 15th, 2012 07:56 GMT

The amazingly popular Google+ application for Android devices has been updated once again. One week after Google added the “Find people” option, Google+ receives another minor update.

Unfortunately, developers have yet to unveil what changes the latest update brings to Google+. The application’s page on Google Play store still shows the changelog of the previous update.

Aside from bringing Google+ to version 3.2.2, there’s no telling what other changes the update adds.

However, there are some users who reported some problems with the latest version of Google+, such as the location and check-in functions that don’t work too well.

The Nearby feed option only shows the first few comments and the Messenger barely works. These problems might be specific on some devices or OS builds, so we can’t really say if they were brought with the latest update.

Google+ 3.2.2 is now available as a free download via Google Play store and it should be fully compatible with all devices running Android 2.1 or later. Check it out here.

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