Google has released an official blog post to inform developers that its logo software is no longer compatible with its new, Android-powered Android phones.
The company announced on its blog that it had removed support for its Google+ software, Google+ Messenger, from all Android phones, starting in August 2017.
Google’s announcement came on the same day as Microsoft announced its own announcement that it would stop supporting Google+ on Windows 10, but not Android phones or tablets.
The announcement also came just weeks after Google’s announcement of the Pixel phones and Google Home devices.
Google has previously made headlines for its Pixel smartphones, and the company has long struggled to find its feet in the smartphone market.
Google announced the Pixel phone at Mobile World Congress earlier this year, but the company’s first Android smartphone, the Pixel XL, wasn’t released until January 2018.
Google hasn’t released any Android devices for years, but with its latest announcement it seems like Google has finally found its footing in the Android smartphone market with its Pixel phones.
While Google’s new Pixel smartphones are now available in select cities, Google has also released a few more Google Home-branded devices in the meantime.
Google has said that all new Google Home products are shipping today.