In a response to a Twitter question, the spokesperson for Google Germany, Stefan Keuchel, has revealed that a Google+ application is coming to Windows Phone. The Twitter user asked a direct question to Keuchel on the timing of Google+ application release for Windows Phone. Keuchel did not divulge details about the timing of release, but confirmed the release of Google+ app for Windows Phone platform.
The conversation actually took place in German, and of course it was due to Google Translate service that it was possible to transcribe the communication. Keuchel responded just as directly by stating there is no date yet but it (Google+) is coming.
Google+ Messenger lets the users to chat and coordinate with any of their friends, all at the same time. The Google+ app automatically uploads photos and videos from the user’s smartphone to his own private album on Google+. From there, the user can just share the videos and photos with whomsoever he wants.
Click here to know more about the features of Google+ mobile app, which is currently available for Android and iOS mobile platforms only.