3Hangouts With Extras
4Here Are the Extras
5Hangouts on Air
6Hangouts for Mobile
Users of Android 2.3 “Gingerbread” and later devices with front-facing cameras may now find an active hangout in the Stream and tap to join. The app, which should look great on new Gingerbread smartphones with large screens, such as the 4.3-inch Motorola Droid Bionic and the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, which has a 4.52-inch display.
Google also made its Hangout API available to developers, allowing them to create their own apps for Hangouts. Developers can get started here.
Google+ has also gotten some nifty mobile app improvements, including better SMS support, allowing users in the United States and India to post to Google+, receive notifications and respond to group messages via SMS. Other mobile app additions include improved +mentions support and the ability to post comments from the iPhone. Android support for this feature is forthcoming.
9Mobile Perks for Android
10Huddle Is Now Google+ Messenger
Last but not least, Huddle is no more… the name for the Google+ for mobile group messaging app has been switched to Google+ Messenger (after Facebook Messenger!). The app also now includes photo sharing, as you can see in this slide.