Farewell, Google+

Though it’s been declared over more times than we can count, it looks like Google’s social network is finally on death’s door.
The writing has been on the wall for a while now but Google is finally breaking up with Google+.
In a Monday morning post, Bradley Horowitz, Google’s VP of Streams, Photos, and Sharing, announced that the company will continue to migrate Google+ features out of the social networking service and into other Google products. In March, Google Photos shed the Google+ name and soon, according to Horowitz, YouTube and several other Google services will no longer require a Google+ account.