Google+ Android App for Non US Members
If you are into Google+ but you are living outside of United States, don´t worry, XDA member sacredsoul posted the solution for you. Developed under the codename Emerald Sea, Google+ is basically Google’s latest attempt at creating a social network, each Google+ profile will center around the Stream, which is essentially the same thing as Facebook’s news feed – where all of your info and updates from your chums are rounded up and constantly updated. The Stream will be joined by four core elements – Circles, Hangouts, Huddle and Sparks.
The application can be downloaded from the original thread.
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Originally posted by sacredsoul
Get your Google+ APK Here!
For folks not living in the US and not able to download it off the Market, here it is. Tried on my Optimus 2X and works awesome. Please note your should obviously already have a Google+ account for it to login.
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Updated to latest 1.0.2. Thanks BryanChung for it
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