Google+ service was one of Google’s failed social networking initiatives. Following the shutdown of Google+, the Google Currents app is now available.
Google Currents for corporate use
Google was providing a service for corporate users who had a Gsuite account with Google+. Features such as the ability to share users, communicate with each other, and business-oriented cooperation made Google+ different. However, Google could not get much from this service in terms of both the number of users and active use.
Making a very radical decision, Google ended Google+. Planning to take a similar but more innovative step in this field, Google has been working for Google Currents for a while. Google+’s Android and iOS app has now been renamed to Google Currents. Launched on July 7, Google Currents aims to keep users in-house communication.
In Google Currents, users can share texts, documents, images, and links. In addition, users are kept in interaction by commenting on these shares.