Google+ is dead. Long live Google Currents

Google+ no longer exists today

Since July 6, 2020, the Google+ social network no longer exists as such. As Google warned last month, Google+ is transforming from today into Google Currents for enterprise users of the G Suite.

For ordinary users, Google+ stopped working last April, but the company continued to support it “afloat” for corporate clients.

Google+ apps for Android and iOS on Google Play and the App Store have transformed into Google Currents.

Google Currents is designed for corporate communication within companies, sharing documents and ideas with colleagues, and the like. Applications have a new design and feature set. In fact, this is a new service that has grown on the ruins of Google+.

All content is transferred to the “new residence” automatically. Existing plus.google.com page URLs will continue to work and will automatically redirect to currents.google.com.