The Google+ app button has created a stir for Android fans. The app is very impressive as it is hitting the benchmarks for clicks over the other social networking apps.
Although it is admittedly thought that this will be too early for Google to venture into its very own social network, it seems that there is already a stemming problem for iOS based devices.
This is for the reason that currently no apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch are available. It means that the user experience and special notifications will be limited for the user of the said devices.
If the current status will remain for a long time, then it will give us enough reason to suspect that Google might have plans to overtake the big social networking sites (Twitter and Facebook) by giving exclusive features for Android apps.
By then, we can note that iOS apps might lose their popularity.
On the other hand, we still do have the benefit of the doubt. This recent issue can be either caused by the delay of approving the app on the side of Apple or Google has not yet submitted an app to the app store.
In any of these cases, we can say that it would be a cunning strategy for Google to promote Android.
In addition, the swarming products and services of Google are already dominating that can lead us to think that this might mark the fall of iOS and the rise for Android. Hopefully, Google will not be this cruel.
Do you think Google will give priority to Android apps than IOS apps?