If you’re new to Google’s logo software, you’ll be greeted by a new icon that’s similar to that of the one for the Google+ social network.
However, the icon doesn’t look exactly like that.
It’s actually a lot more basic than that.
It’s an “L” symbol, which is a “left” and a “right” arrow respectively.
This icon is used in Google+ to indicate that the account is open, and it’s also used in the Android logo to indicate a user is signed in.
The “L”-shaped icon that Google’s icon used for Google+ is actually an “M” icon, and that’s where the “G” comes from.
This icon was designed by Google to make it easier to find the Google+.
Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, and Instagram are all using it, as well as many other social networks, and we’ve also seen it used on many of the other Google products.
The company says it was created to help users quickly and easily search for an account, and the logo is used to identify it in Google+, the company’s social network for the web.
Google+ is one of the largest online communities in the world, with over 100 million users and over 30 million monthly active users.
As a result, the logo and the account icon were used by many of Google’s more popular products, including Google Maps, Gmail, Google Docs, YouTube, and Chrome.
The logo is also used for some of Google Maps’ features like the Google Street View feature.
The Google+ logo has a few different variations throughout the world.
The U.S. logo has been in use for over 100 years, and was designed in 1927.
The UK logo has used it since 2002.
There are many different versions of the logo in use around the world; some use a “G”, others have a “M”, and the last one is the one that Google uses today.
The Google+ user interface was first used in 2006.