Google+ hasn’t even been released for the general public yet, and you need someone with an account to invite you in. I recently received an invite, so it’s time to do a review of the Google+ Android app.

First, I’ll spend just a tiny bit of time talking about the service itself. Google+ brings a lot to the table that Facebook doesn’t, but it’s still very rough around the edges and missing several features that one would expect. Facebook and Google+ are still very different sites altogether, and while some people are calling this the “Facebook killer,” there are several features on both sides that I want to continue enjoying. In Google+ you can organize your friends into different circles, and when you post pictures, videos, and updates into the Stream, you decide what circles will be able to see them.

Rather than “liking” tons of celebrity and media pages, you can simply follow a celebrity like you would on Download the free Appolicious Android app