Article first published as Now you can Check Your Google+ Account From Your iPhone on Technorati.
Google is taking one step at a time to bring G+ to more people and devices. The very same day that Google+ was released, the Android App was launched as well. This made the rest of Smartphone users a bit anxious to be able to access their new profiles. But now, the second favored mobile platform is iPhone.
You can now go to the Apple App store and download it (that’s if you haven’t already). However, if you want to download it to your iPad, you’ll have to be patient. G+ has only been released for the iPhone version as mentioned on Techspot.
For BlackBerry or other types of Smartphone users, you’ll have to visit the mobile page, which seems to be a little slow (depending on your carrier) until the app comes out.
Now, as a Google + user, I’ve noticed a lot of comments on the main stream about how many things are still lacking. Yes, it’s true there are still several things that need be done; for example sharing capabilities. If you see a video, picture or webpage you’d like to share, a G+ share button needs to come into place. However, we all need to remember, it is still in its Beta stage; meaning that all these adjustments are being done over time.
Nevertheless people’s response to G+ has been amazing. It has already reached the 10 million user threshold. I have also seen countless new uses that users themselves have found for Google +. Among these avid discoverers is Chris Brogan. In fact he organized a Webinar on these uses.
The point is that Google + is a canvas that can be molded and discovered by each one of us. For me, G+ is an excellent place to follow opinion leaders, discover new theories and share information with people all over the world that share my interests. Let’s see what new advancements bring as tools to this canvas.