Google+ has been around for quite some time. Many so-called experts wrote it off for months. But the site already has many active users and is growing. Google has been introducing new features for the community regularly. It has now updated its Google+ apps for iPhone and Android to make them even more useful. Google+ 4.3.0 lets you perform basic photo edits like crop and rotate. You can also adjust saturation, contract, brightness, and other settings for your photos.
Google has borrowed some of these features from Snapseed. You can always download photo editors such as Snapseed to get more advanced features. The new Google+ app gives you more control over posts. Actions such as +1, reshare, and comment are now shown more prominently. Users can share their current location with specific circles. Volume for community posts can be adjusted too. You can search, moderate content, manage community members on your mobile device. Google+ 4.3 is already available on the App Store (don’t forget to follow iPhoneness on Google+).
We have covered plenty of iPhone-compatible gloves here in the past. The ManiGlove is more than a glove. It is Bluetooth enabled and lets you control your iOS device without having to touch it. You can change volume, skip songs, activate Siri, control the keyboard, and interact with popular fitness apps with the ManiGlove. All you have to do is touch control points on your fingers with your thumb.
This interesting project is currently being funded through Kickstarter. The ManiGlove V2. promises even more exciting features. The product will be available for $58 when it hits the stores.