Google is reassessing its social strategy, and continues to separate Google+ from other Google services.
The tech giant has already moved Google Photos out of Google+, and has now announced plans to decouple YouTube from the service. By using Google+ profiles across all Google services, the idea was to give users a single identity, writes Frederic Lardinois for TechCrunch.
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Google implements new strategy for YouTube
However that strategy was not popular with users, and Google VP of Streams, Photos and Sharing Bradley Horowitz has admitted that the company is now moving away from integration with Google+.