Google is updating Google+ to add some new features for Hangouts. For starters, teenagers can now join and create Hangouts from mobile. We’re sure they restricted the feature for concerns of safety and privacy before, but I guess they’ve come to realize they shouldn’t restrict people based on age unless their parents want to.
We’re not sure if Google has implemented parental controls, but if you have a child with a Google+ account be sure to check up on that. Other changes include the ability to do Hangouts on Air via mobile, floating timestamps in photo view, a new shortcut for creating a post, and the ability to report abuse under Events.
With all these wonderful features it’s a shame more people haven’t migrated over to Google+, but Google’s steadfast approach is not going unappreciated by the likes of me. Find it in the Google Play Store.