Google is planning to roll out a new mobile version of Google+ that will have Facebook-esque features and be “a lot more” mobile-friendly, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
The report cites unnamed sources who said Google will be rolling out a Facebook version of its popular social networking app.
Facebook’s version will be more powerful and better-designed than Google’s, according the report.
Google+ launched in 2013 with a handful of users on iOS and Android.
Google later launched the Chrome browser for iOS and later Android in 2016, and Google+, now known as Google+, is now the third-most popular social network in the world, according Google’s latest data.