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This article was published on September 1, 2015

Google+ brings its Collections post curation feature to iOS

Google+ brings its Collections post curation feature to iOS
Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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Google+ has got an update on iOS that brings its Collections feature to the app, allowing users to curate their posts into interest- or topic-based feeds for others to follow.

The company first introduced Collections in May, and offered options to share them publicly or keep them private. Recent updates have added the ability to tag Collections and search for them across the social network as well.

If you haven’t tried the feature yet, you can start by checking out a bunch of featured Collections here.

Google+ [iOS | Android via 9to5Google]

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