Google has launched a new version of its search engine optimized for users with “Google+” accounts.
Google+ has been available to users since 2015, but it’s been the subject of much criticism for its privacy policies, including how it collects data from users and how it stores it.
Google’s current version of the app does not use Google Analytics, and it does not allow users to “like” or “comment” on pages that it displays.
But in the new version, Google is making it easier to use the app, offering users the option to “opt-in” to the Google+ platform.
Users will now be able to opt in to Google+ by visiting Google+’s Google+ App for Android or iOS, which will show up in the Google search results page, and by signing into the Google account.
The Google+ app will also appear in the Android and iOS app store.
The new Google+ interface will also include an option to disable Google Analytics in the app.
Users who have “Googleplus” accounts can now share links and posts to Google+, as well as create their own profiles, Google+ accounts can be used to share photos and videos, and Google+ users can edit and publish content.