Google has just rolled an update to its Google+ Android app, basically bringing the same cool-looking stream of contents shared on Google+ that was introduced in the recent update to the iPhone version of the app. Aside from that, the app also now lets you start a hangout directly from your Android phone or tablet. To start a hangout, you simply tap “Hangout” in the navigation bar, which incidentally is also a new feature of the app. Then add some friends and tap “Start.” What’s good about this new feature is that the app can now ring your friend when you invite them to join a “Hangout.” But that is only if you allow the app to do so. Another new feature of the app as previously mentioned is the beautifully presented stream of contents which are scroll flawlessly down and up. In addition to this, the app now includes full-screen media streaming, conversations that fade into view and instantly-touchable actions including +1. Other new features that the update brings include the ability to download photos directly from Google+ and make these photos into your phone’s wallpaper and online post editing.