Google+ for Android updated with Community moderator controls and more
A couple days ago, word came out that Google+ had surpassed Twitter to become the 2nd largest social network in terms of active users. (And, please don't bother claiming that Google+ is a "ghost town", because all that shows is that you don't use the service properly.) That was some big news, and now the Google+ app for Android has gotten an update to add a couple of nice new features, including additional Community moderator controls, and more.
Additionally, a new option has been added alongside existing options to add a photo or mood when creating a post to also add a link. And, in a bit of a UI tweak, the notifications tray has been given its own space. The notifications used to be listed under the navigation links in the left-side tray, but now the notifications tray is all by itself coming from the right side of the screen.
If you want to give it a shot, the Google+ is available for free in the Google Play Store. And, don't forget to join the PhoneArena Google+ Community, because we're hoping to do another Hangout sometime around the end of this month!