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In Google Plus, I am able switch between my personal page and Brand Pages. (As described here.)

How do I do the same using the Android app version of G+?

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The process has changed as of version 4.1. You no longer have to sign out and sign back in.

To switch:

  • Open the menu by swiping right or tapping the icon in the upper left
  • Tap the down arrow next to your name (or your Page's name)
  • If necessary, tap "Switch Google+ page"
  • Tap the name of the Page you want to switch to

The process is the same to go back to your regular account.


This is how to do it with versions 3.2 (or the version updated 11th October depending on your device) to 4.0.x.

To switch:

  • Sign out
  • Choose your user account (if you have more than one)
    • If you've recently updated the app you may need to go through a few settings screens
  • Choose to sign in as yourself or one of your pages
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Not the most intuitive process, but I can imagine that they might have had to do it this way. –  Al E. Oct 11 '12 at 13:29
    
This doesn't work on my phone. I get nothing when I swipe. If I hit the icon, it takes me to the listing of Home, Profile and so on. No arrow next to my name. No option for "Switch Google+ page". Has this changed?? –  DDH May 7 at 5:28
    
@DDH Have you signed in for G+ with both of them? Have you added both accounts in Settings? For me, it's just as in the answer. –  Adinia May 7 at 8:20
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