The internet giant has banned mobile phone users from using the Google+ social network.
The move comes after the company decided to add mobile phone restrictions to the platform after users complained about the presence of the popular social network on their devices.
Google has said the change is part of a broader effort to improve its mobile platform.
The company also said that Google+ users would be able to create new profiles and add their own content to their profiles without requiring a phone number.
Google has also taken steps to prevent people from making abusive or threatening comments on the social network, the company said in a blog post.
The blog post noted that users would no longer be able “to engage in abusive and threatening behavior.”
Google+ is available on smartphones and tablets, including Android and iOS devices, and on desktop computers, including Windows, Mac, and Linux computers.
It has more than 300 million users.