If you are interested in Android and want all the detailed information about the latest releases about the Google smartphone platform, then the brand has just made your life a lot simpler. Google has recently announced that it has launched +Android on Google+ as well as an Android Blog, where you can get all the latest news directly from the team at Android.
As per the announcement, Google states that it had asked its fans about type of content they wanted to see on the Google Mobile Blog. The answer was straightforward and most people wanted to see more information on the Android operating system. To simplify everyone’s experience in acquiring knowledge about the latest Android products, the tech powerhouse has now created an Android account on Google+ which helps users get all the information they require.
Official Android Blog released
The post goes on to say, “Going forward, the new Android Blog will be a must-read for anyone interested in the latest news like today's Google Wallet announcement.” The folks at the Google Mobile Blog go on to thank their fans for being a great audience over the years.
It now seems that Google will soon close the Google Mobile Blog, a place that has provided updates about Google mobile products for many years. Another interesting bit of information is that the official Android Blog appears to be functional for quite a while as it has posts dating back to February of this year.
The website has an exhaustive information already in place and it covers all the latest Android news including topics ranging from Chrome for Android to Google Docs for mobile devices. In typical Google fashion, there are videos, posts and various other details pertaining to Android.
If you need to know anything special or important that is worth checking out regarding Android, you can be sure to find it in this official blog. Google has recently made an announcement about Google Wallet and has stated, “Today we’re releasing a new, cloud-based version of the Google Wallet app that supports all credit and debit cards from Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. Now, you can use any card when you shop in-store or online with Google Wallet. With the new version, you can also remotely disable your mobile wallet app from your Google Wallet account on the web.”
This is just a snippet of all the information that is available in this blog. To join Android on Google+ head over here. To get all the latest information about Android, check out their official blog here.
Google has recently launched its official Twitter account for Android, and what better way to connect with the fans than reaching out to them through social networking sites and a dedicated Android page.