Android: Google+ for Android picked up some new features today. They include the ability to switch among Google accounts more easily, manage Google+ pages easily, access to all of your photos and videos stored on Google Drive from within the Google+ app, and more location-sharing options to keep up with your friends.
For Google+ users who manage a business page, moderate a Google+ community or have multiple Google accounts, the update is great news. Swapping identities is a simple matter now, and as long as you have the identity on your Android phone, the Google+ app makes it easy to toggle among them. Also, all of your video and photos stored in Google Drive are now accessible from the Google+ app, and you can share them with a few taps. Plus, if you like Google+'s new auto-enhancement features, you can apply it to all of your photos.
Finally, location sharing got an upgrade as well, and you can share your specific location or city-level location with others if you want. You can do it on a circle-by-circle basis, or you can share publicly, whichever you choose. It's a bit of a bone to people sad about the loss of Google Latitude, and while it's still no replacement, it's a useful feature.
These aren't the only features making their way to the new Android app. You'll also get some more minor changes, like pull to refresh and a few other interface changes to make it easier to jump between views, share media and keep up with what others are posting. The update is rolling out via Google Play over the next few days, so if you don't see the update right away, check back a little later.