Today, Google introduced Google+ as an official Google app for Android 7.0 Nougat, the Android 6 update to Google’s mobile operating system.
Today, the company announced new improvements to the Google+ experience, including support for two-factor authentication, better sharing and much more.
Google+ now supports two-step verification on Android 6 and 7.
You can also now use the new Google+ account with multiple devices and groups.
Google+ is now also accessible from the Google Search Bar and from the home screen in the Google Now Launcher.
Google says it’s also introducing a new Google Play app that lets you create a new account, set up groups and share photos and videos from the app.
It also says it is adding support for offline reading, which lets you share your Google+ reading history across multiple devices.
Google has also rolled out a bunch of other new Google services, including the new YouTube app, new Google Maps, Google Cloud Print, new video and photo editing tools, and more.
We’ve got more to share about the Android 7 updates in the near future.
Google added support for Two-Factor Authentication in Android 6, so you can now log in to Google+ from a phone or a PC.
Google also added two-tap sign-in to the YouTube app.
The Google+ app also supports signing in from a mobile device, but you’ll need to download the app manually.
Google also added a new section in the Settings app, Google+ Account, that allows you to add a Google+ address to the account, or a personal email address.
This allows you set up multiple accounts, and it also lets you log into Google+ via the Gmail app or from Google Search.
Google says you can also add a phone number and/or address from a PC using the “Add Phone or Address” option.
Google is also rolling out a new Android 7 beta app, called Android Beta, that lets users test out new features and see how the platform works before committing to an upgrade.
The beta app will be available to download on Android Beta.com for an unspecified amount of time.
Google has also begun rolling out the Android Beta to devices that are running Android 6 or older.
Google introduced a new security policy that prevents apps from accessing your Google accounts and other Google services.
Google’s security team has said that these changes protect Google+ users from unauthorized third-party apps that can impersonate them and steal Google data.
Google’s security and privacy team is currently working on adding a new app that will let you manage Google Accounts and other accounts in your Google account, which will be accessible from Settings.
This will let users manage their Google accounts from anywhere on their device.
Google said it will also soon start rolling out new Android security updates that address some of the security issues Google has been facing with Android 7 and other versions of Android.