Just as we can follow the feed of a Twitter or Facebook user, there are also RSS generators for Google Plus, the social network of the big search engine.
This makes it very easy for us to follow a particular user we are interested in, through a reader such as Google Reader or similar, so that we don’t even have to enter the site, and thus avoid distractions.
Google Plus Feed helps us with this by taking the user’s profile ID (which is usually a fairly long number that comes after plus.google.com/ in the link and then generating another address that you will need to enter in your feed reader or RSS reader.
The service is completely free of charge but asks you to add a valid email address to verify that it is someone legitimate who is asking for the RSS link to be generated. We will receive an e-mail with a link that will take us to a feed that we can subscribe to.
Unable to download an app from the Google Play Store or displaying a random error message?
This is probably the most common problem faced by Android users who get stuck with the “downloading” or “pending” message. However, don’t worry, here are some methods by which you can resolve the issues related to Google Play Store.
Before trying the recommendations below for possible solutions, be sure to check if your device software and related applications are up to date with the latest version.
Check how to update your mobile device software in the following order.
Go to Settings > Software Update.
Press play store app download and Install.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
First check your internet connectivity
Most of the time, Google Play Store errors are caused by intermittent or slow internet. If you have mobile data, try connecting your device to a strong Wi-Fi network. If the Google Play Store won’t download while you’re connected to Wi-Fi, you may need to troubleshoot your Wi-Fi first.
The general rule of thumb is to make sure your phone has a stable internet connection before you start downloading any apps from the Play Store.