First came the changes for the desktop. After just a few days, Google+ rolled out the changes for the mobile web. In its official page, the social networking site announced that posts are now easier to read as they are shown as a stream of cards. With this new change, posts are also easier to re-share and +1. Cover photos are now included in Pages and Profiles. Actually, there are similar changes to both the desktop and mobile versions.
In a recent developers’ conference sponsored by Google, the company introduced layouts which are similar to Facebook and Pinterest. It also announced additional features like automatic adding of hashtags related to the post, bigger photos, and multi-column layout. The downside to the new changes, according to one writer, is that users with monitors which have low resolution will find it difficult to view the content because they need to scroll to view other contents.