Google is trying to turn back the clock with a new mobile app that aims to connect people across the world.
It is launching the mobile Google Plus on Android, iOS and Web browsers in China this week.
Google+ has long been a popular social network for Google’s developers and its apps, but the company is also working on mobile apps for the iPhone, iPad and Android, as well as in Europe.
The company has also announced a “mobile first” initiative, with a mobile Google Now app that will be available to users in China from the beginning of next year.
As well as mobile apps, Google is also launching a mobile email service in China called Gmail.
Gmail has been used to send out a variety of messages, including short texts and quick replies, in the past, and is now getting the same level of attention.
“Mobile first is the future of our business and we are excited to launch it in China,” said Marc Lander, senior vice president of Google India, in a blog post.
“It’s a huge opportunity to connect users across the globe.”
Gift cards are also a popular way for users to exchange gifts online.
But Google is working with the Chinese government to create a “golden age” of the online economy, where all transactions are made in China, where most people do not speak English.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Google is working to provide the best customer service possible to Chinese users, and will be using technology to improve Chinese customer service, which has seen many problems.
Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang has pledged to make the country a digital “gold standard”, but the Chinese government has made it clear that it wants its digital economy to be “a model for the world”.