Google+ has been blocked from iOS and Android phones on all platforms including Android, Android TV and Android TV-only devices.
The Google+ API is not available on Apple’s iOS or Android platforms and is unavailable for Google’s Chrome browser.
The Google+ app is currently unavailable on both iOS and the Google Play store.
Google’s Chrome Browser is the only browser available on iOS and Google Play that is compatible with the Google+ social network.
Apple’s Safari browser is also incompatible with Google+ and does not include any social features.
The Chrome browser has also been removed from Apple’s App Store, although Google is currently working on a new version.
Google is still in talks with mobile operators over its possible return of Google+ on Apple platforms, including Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile.
“We’re working to bring Google+ to iOS and we’re currently in discussions with the mobile operators,” a Google spokesperson told News.
“We’ll let you know when we have a more definitive update.”
The search engine has been a key part of the mobile web for a number of years, with mobile users now sharing information and experiences across devices and devices sharing information.
Apple also has a number in the works for its iOS operating system, including support for Google+ as a search feature and a new app that will let users search through their contacts.
Google+ users will be able to share links to articles on their accounts in a new feature called Google+ Pinning.
Google has also said it will launch a new Google+ news app in the next few months, with a focus on mobile users.