Google Play Update To Bring More Google+ Integration

Google’s integration of Google+ in YouTube for the latter’s comments section have caused the search giant a bit of a spamming problem that didn’t go unnoticed to users of the video sharing site. And after addressing the issues, another Google-owned service is getting integrated with Google Plus. This time around, the company’s Google Play will reportedly have G+ integration. According to Android Police, which got…


 

Google’s integration of Google+ in YouTube for the latter’s comments section have caused the search giant a bit of a spamming problem that didn’t go unnoticed to users of the video sharing site. And after addressing the issues, another Google-owned service is getting integrated with Google Plus.

This time around, the company’s Google Play will reportedly have G+ integration. According to Android Police, which got a hold of a signed-off APK of Google Play Store 4.5.10, the app will allow users to view and share their stream of Play Store activity to all their Google+ circles.

This means that users’ news feed will soon be filled with +1s and app ratings, which should help provide users with better app recommendations among friends. The Reviews function is also expected to be improved with the app featuring a revamped Review process and UI. There will also be an in-app purchase indicator that would help eliminate free apps that make you pay for everything after you have it up and running.

At the moment, the update to Google Play hasn’t been released yet so any of the features mentioned above may still change. Nonetheless, we hope that Google will release the update with all the kinks in the system worked out to prevent another problem just like the one we saw on YouTube.

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