If you’re jonesing for your Google+ fix on your Windows Phone, you’ll be happy to know that an app could be coming this week. Well, maybe.
According to a post on the social networking site, the Google team outlined a few new features which may be implemented this week (check out number 6):
1.Ability to modify circles a post is shared with after posting it
2. Google+ Android App update for Reading sparks and +1 comments
3.Lifting of the 5000 circle cap
4.The ability to overlap circles
5.Easy private messaging option including to person who starts a thread
6.Google+ app for Windows Phone 7
7.Better integration of Google Chat with Google+
8.Fix issues with instant upload for photos
9.Ability to share with all circles, but with an “except” option
10.Ability to share Google Docs and Calendar with circles
11.Revamp Google Reader to make sharing easier
13.Addition of hashtags to aid searching
14. Faster updates to the no. of people following you
15.Revamped minor UI change
With at least 10 million users, it’s clear the Google+ is resonating with early adopters, at least. Its mobile apps could do a lot to maintain that momentum and to increase engagement. The Google+ iPhone app was recently released and it rocketed to the top of the App Store list.
Will it do the same on Windows Phone? Hopefully, we won’t have to wait too long to find out.