TechCrunch, February 28, 2018 Google+ is the most popular social network in the world and Google+ sports management tools are one of the main reasons for its popularity.
But there’s one problem: the Google+ Sports team, which is working on the integration with Android, has now decided to abandon the platform altogether.
Google+ Sport has no more reason to exist, and the company’s CEO, Chris Anderson, confirmed that Google+ for Android will no longer exist.
“Google+ Sport is a platform that we’ve developed, and it’s a platform we think is very important,” Anderson said.
“It’s something that we want to bring to Android and to other platforms.”
But it’s not just the Google Sports team that’s moving on.
There are many other sports management platforms out there.
Google Sport is still available in the Google Play store for Android devices, but it’s been replaced with Google Sports Mobile, which was designed specifically for Google+ users.
There is still a small number of apps available for the Google Sport platform, but there are a number of other services available that are similar to Google+ and are still popular.
Google Sports is one of those services, but its popularity is falling fast.
According to a report from research firm Sensor Tower, the Google+, Sports, and Google Plus platforms were used by around 1.7 billion users between January and December of this year.
The number of users who used each of these platforms increased by 50% between December 2017 and December 2018.
This is a massive amount of people who are using Google+ just to watch sports on YouTube.
Google’s decision to remove Google+ from Android means that users will no more be able to easily access the Sports services on their Android devices.
As such, it’s likely that Google’s official Sports apps will be shut down in the coming weeks.
It’s unclear whether Google will bring back the Google+.
Sports team in the future, but if not, Google will probably be the only company with the ability to provide sports content for Android.