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Google+ accessible on smartphones via browser

In the absence of the native application of other devices, Google has allowed the access of Google+ from any smartphone through the web browser.

To strengthen its presence among mobile phone users, Google has now allowed smartphones to access the Google+ service without the native application. This way, all smartphones and even the feature phones now can access the services of Google+ using just the web browser.

At present, a native application of Google+ is only available for the Android handsets and other operating systems are expected to get their own version by the year end.

Google is also reportedly thinking of an SMS based service for Google+ as well. The SMS based service is expected to be on the same lines as that of Facebook and to some extent Twitter as well.

With mobility being the buzz word, many more such innovations are expected to come the Google+ way as the internet giant certainly does not want another Orkut in the making.

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