In April 2019, a Google spokesperson declared that the official procedure for its shutdown of Google+ has begun. The reason was a few security bugs which were found and use.
In the time of its launching, the business in an official article stated, “Currents makes it effortless to have meaningful talks by allowing leaders and workers to exchange ideas throughout the organization and collect valuable comments and input from other people — without flood inboxes.”
Search giant Google has relaunched its social media stage Google+ as Currents. The program has been rebranded by the Business to Google Currents on Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
The Google Play Store list describes the program for a location where people can connect with their coworkers, exchange records, socialize with like-minded men and women that have similar interests, keep tabs of what is going on in different sections and around the organization together with trending tags and much more such different things.
“While our technology teams have set a great deal of work and commitment into construction Google+ through time, it hasn’t attained broad customer or developer adoption, also has seen limited user interaction with programs,” Google’s Ben Smith wrote in October 2018.
“Currents can be obtained for G Bundle clients only. Check with your own G Suite IT Administrator for more information,” provides the description.
The Google Currents program is currently on both the programs shops, but it’s merely for enterprise clients.