The Google+ platform is dead.
The app that powered the social networking giant’s search engine has been replaced by a new app called Google+.
It’s a far cry from the glory days of the early years when Google’s platform was considered one of the most popular in the world, according to analysts.
Google+ was launched on January 1, 2010 and was meant to be a social network where users could connect with others, share content and talk about anything and everything.
But Google CEO Sundar Pichai says that the service is now dead, and the company will focus on its core products.
The company is shutting down Google+ as of March 4, 2020.
The social network was supposed to be Google’s answer to Facebook and Twitter.
Google+ was supposed be a platform for people to talk and collaborate in a free environment.
But its early days were not exactly what they should have been, says Jeff Weiner, director of business development at research firm Forrester Research.
Google’s platform failed to live up to its promise of allowing users to share content without having to go through a traditional publisher, says Weiner.
And the social network failed to reach the kind of social impact that Facebook and other social media platforms were able to achieve.
Google’s social platform was meant for people who wanted to get in touch with people, but it was a closed system that was designed to let only people who were affiliated with a company like Google.
The New York Post reported on the Google+ death in early March, saying that Google has taken the decision to end the service because Google+ is “too important for us to maintain.”
The company has not said how many people have left Google+, but Weiner says it’s likely that many have.
The number of Google+ users has increased by 30% annually since the platform launched.
“Google+ has been a massive success,” Weiner says.
“But we’re not going to get back to the early days of Google.”
Google+ users were able see other users in real time and connect with people with similar interests.
Google was also supposed to offer a way for users to ask other users questions about their lives, as well as give them access to their own personal profiles.
Google removed the ability to ask questions about the news that they shared on Google+ with others.
It was also said that Google+ could help Google improve its search results.
But that idea was scrapped as well.
Google said that it would not allow users to search for specific terms that are tied to search results or search queries, but would allow users a choice of two other options: “Search Google” or “Search from your own search history.”
Google has not released the details of those other options, but we did find that Google had already been using a search engine called the Google Trends engine, which allows users to see the most-watched posts from other people on Google+.
Google’s new social network will not allow you to search the term “snowflake,” but you will still be able to see results from other users.
Google has been in a slump for years.
In December of last year, Google announced that it was pulling the plug on its search engine.
It also said it was cutting off its payment services, which were the most valuable part of Google’s business.
The move came as Google struggled to regain its footing in the search market after Facebook acquired it in 2012 for $1.2 billion.
Google also announced plans to shut down the company’s YouTube division in February.
Google says that it is closing down YouTube for “critical infrastructure purposes.”
YouTube was the platform that made Google+ possible, and Google had to create a new platform to bring its platform to life.
But the death of Google+.
was not the only reason Google is cutting ties with its social platform.
Google is also cutting ties to a key part of its business: video.
Google has said that videos will be available on its new social media platform only in the coming weeks, but the company has yet to offer more information on what that content will look like.
The search giant also said on Tuesday that it will begin working on a new video platform for the search giant that will launch later this year.