In case you missed it, Google has been going through a pretty thorough rebranding lately. Besides the company’s main logo change on Google.com, many of its apps have begun incorporating the company’s new front-facing style as well. We saw Search, Translate, and Maps get new logos with the new, cartoony “G” last week, but now Google+ for Android has been updated with the new logo as well.

The new version of Google+, which comes in at version 6.3 (up from 6.2), pretty much only packs this one single feature. If you want to grab it, though, be sure to head over to the Play Store and check for updates. If you’d rather install it right now, you can grab the latest APK over at APKMirror. We’ll keep you in the loop as the rest of Google’s apps get monumental updates with new icons.


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