Google releases Google+ iOS SDK update with in-app sharing and identity verification features

Google releases Google+ iOS SDK update with in-app sharing and identity verification features

googlesdkGoogle has released an update to its Google+ iOS SDK that will enable third-party apps to better share content straight to its social network. With version 1.4, users can leverage in-app sharing and also identify their customers’ identity through Google+.

With in-app sharing, developers can now offer a way for their users to share content to their Google+ circles right from their iOS app. The updated SDK not only exports text, but image and video attachments as well.

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The last change is the addition of ID token support, which permits developers to “securely verify the identity” of their users against Google+’s database.

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