The Twitter account of social network Google+ has gone live for the first time in the last four years since it launched. Also Read - Twitter vs Koo: Nigeria government joins India's Koo app after Twitter’s ban in the country
The social media site asked the “Twitterverse” to give some love for its #firstTweet. It also posted a few individual replies to Twitter users, each containing a GIF, reported The Verge. Also Read - UEFA Euro 2020: Colourful Google Doodle kicks off European Football Championship
Hello Twitterverse! Can we get some love for our #firstTweet? Also Read - Android 12 beta 2 rolling out: New privacy features, tweaked design and more
— GooglePlus (@GooglePlus) May 1, 2015
The social network’s active Twitter stream is being read as a sign that Google will put some focus back on the service this year. The report added that the sudden surge in activity on Twitter just ahead of Google I/O developer conference could also mean that users would get to know more about the future of Google + before long.