Though Google+ is still in field trial stage, it managed to hit headlines and grabbed the 'Facebook-Killer' title from critics. Currently, Google is restricting the access to new platform but planning to allow Google+ users to send invites to their friends. According to latest market reports, Google+ has more than 10 million users and will reach 20 million user mark in few days.
Google aims to extend the reach of their new social networking platform to all devices. With the Google+ Android app available in Android Market, Google headed to Android platform, which is regarded as the world's favourite smartphone operating system. Android App delivers all essential features of Google Plus to smartphones and tablets. Moreover, this app brings an additional feature called 'Huddle' that allows group chat with friends. It works exactly like Apple"s iMessage, or BlackBerry Messanger.
Now, Google wants to enter iOS platform to reach out to more people. Google said that it had already submitted application for approval of Google+ apps for iOS devices. So, soon we can expect dedicated Google Plus apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. But, it's not clear that when will Apple approve these apps. Earlier, Apple delayed the inclusion of Google Voice app for iOS devices over a year. Read Google+ review.
If Apple decide to 'delay' the Google+ app for iOS, iPhone and iPad users will have to wait more to taste the new pie on their devices. Even if you want to test Google+ on iPhone before the official app launch, go to Google Plus Mobile or login through the mobile version of plus.google.com website. It works brilliantly. Stay tuned to get more details on Google Plus iPhone app launch.