Google has released an update for its Google+ iOS SDK that improves the way content is shared to its social network from third-party apps. Developers will find that the SDK now supports better auto-complete capabilities and a “suggested recipients” feature.
With these new features, it appears that Google is looking to improve the targeting process to allow users to share content with those in relevant circles.
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The auto-complete option now suggests Gmail, device, and Google+ contacts. In addition, with “Suggestions”, it will highlight frequent and/or recent contacts at the top of the sharebox to allow users to quickly add them without repeatedly having to search for them.
➤ Google+ iOS SDK: sharebox improvements (Google+)
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