Goodbye to Google+!

The data from over 52.5 million people who were part of the Google+ social network was filtered through security errors, therefore, the company decided to close it, This process became official this April 2.

Google has previously announced that this elimination process will be implemented in several phases and that the first one started on Monday, February 4. The server was not allowed to create new profiles, pages, communities or events in the social network and then it was "official" debugging.

The company reported everything through a press release in which he explains the process of deleting content from Google+ accounts "It will take a few months and until then the content may still be available" for some people who want to protect their information.

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The social network was launched in 2011 as an attempt to compete against platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. Although the directive of The company tried to combine it with other Google services, which never reached the full acceptance of the users.

Last year, Google claimed the Inbox should be terminated just four years after its official launch. "As we look to the future, we want to follow a more focused approach that helps us deliver the best email experience for everyone. As a result, we plan to focus on Gmail and say goodbye. to Inboks at the end of March 2019, "reads the company's statement.

On the other hand, Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices will be recalled, like the URL shortened version of Google.goo.gl. This doesn't happen for the first time, remember the case of Allo, Google announced in 2016 that they had stopped investing in the application and had migrated some of its most popular features such as Smart Reply, GIFs, and desktop support to other applications.

Willmary Montilla – Colombia.com

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