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Google+ now supports photo comments

Google+ now supports photo comments.

Google+ announced a few updates today, the most important one being photo comments.  You can now have richer conversations by adding links and photos to your comments. The next feature is related to Communities, where Community owners and moderators can have more control over who posts what with approved posting.Finally, a new notifications center on the web where you can see and manage your recent activity on Google+.

These features will be available across the web, Android and iOS in the coming weeks.


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Google Apps users already using Google+ will also see the new experience when they sign in and in the next few weeks, Google+ will become a core Google for Work service. Interesting updates and there is no doubt more people are using Google+ to explore their interests more than ever.

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