Apr 11 2012, 2:27pm CDT | by Shane McGlaun
Google has announced some new updates to its Google+ social network. The new updates aim to make it more user-friendly and more appealing to lure in new users. One of the big updates is a new dynamic left-hand navigation pane that allows the user to add apps and remove them in any order they want.
The update also brings a better and more streamlined look and a stream of what Google calls conversation cards to make it easier for the user to scan and join discussions. Google hangouts also now have their own hub make it easier to find and join in conversations.
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