Google has made its way to the smart phone world with its latest offering called Orkut, a free service for mobiles equipped with Google features such as Google Now and Google+ Local. Users can keep up with their Google activity on their Orkut account. Users can even send messages and share information directly from their Orkut account. The service also enables users to access Google Maps for Android, Google Buzz, Google Maps for iOS and Wikipedia for Android using their phones.
Users will also get notified on their Android phone whenever they receive new scraps from their Orkut account. The notifications will show up on the Android home screen while tapping on quick share links will take users directly to their latest scrapbook page. Scraps can include the link to the blog post where the new entry is placed, an audio track, or a picture. Once you upload photos to Orkut and save them to your account, you can share them to your friends who can then comment on it and even tag the image or post accordingly. From there, other Orkut users can find and review your newest photo.
If you're not familiar with Orkut and how it works, you should catch up now. The app works just like other apps used on mobiles like Facebook, Twitter, eTwitter, and Google+. This unique feature of Orkut makes it a wonderful tool for those who use social networking and sharing sites on a regular basis. Its simplicity and flexibility make Orkut a great choice for those who want to connect through Google.