This year, several services will be unplugged by Google. And among them, there is Google+, the social network that had failed to compete with Facebook. The end of Google+ was announced in December 2018, after the discovery of biggest flaw. And today, we came to know when it is going to end. In a post on its support site, Google says Google+ will be closed on April 2nd.
And from February 4, it will no longer be possible to create new profiles or new pages on the Google+. If you’ve created a community on Google+, Google will also allow you to download data for that community starting in March.
Regarding login via Google+, in some cases, the button will be replaced by a login button with a Google account. “You’ll always be able to sign in with your Google Account every time you see Google’s login buttons,” the company reassures.
And of course, Google+ will continue to work within G Suite, as the closure only affects the mainstream version of this social network. In addition to Google Plus, the Mountain View company also plans to close two email services: the classic Hangouts, and Allo. In this area, they are now focusing on Android Messages application and RCS technology to compete with apps such as WhatsApp or Messenger.