After updating its Android app for Google+ earlier this week, Google has today updated the iOS app with the same features including Google Drive integration and improved support for Google Apps customers.

Users will now be able to view, edit and share photos that are stored in their Google Drive account, while Google Apps domain customers get “domain icons to identify members” and the ability to “restrict posts to the domain, domain icons to identify members.”

Version 4.5.0 also removes the Messenger from the Google+ iOS app as Google makes way for its unified Hangouts messaging app.

What’s New in Version 4.5.0

– View, edit, and share photos stored in Google Drive – Google Apps domain support: restrict posts to the domain, domain icons to identify members – Hangouts app replaces Messenger for messaging and video calls. Visit Google Takeout to download your Messenger data.

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