Search engine giant Google has submitted a company made iOS app for the use of Google+ to Apple.

Erica Joy, a support technician at Google confirmed in a Google+ post that a universal iOS app has been submitted to Apple’s App Store which is waiting until further approval from the company.

Google, previously, launched an Android app for small devices that supported most of Google+’s features that were introduced during the stream’s beta release.

The search engine giant also said that the company is set to release a Google+ API (application programming interface) that will let other programmers to develop Google+ apps, the CNET reported.

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