Google has changed the way app reviews are implemented on its Play Store, and now users will require a Google+ account to post reviews. When leaving a review, the user’s real name and data will also be attached to the post. This means that reviews could come across as being a lot more helpful and accurate.
It should be noted that Google isn't really pulling all the stops when considering which of its applications will have Google+ implementation. We think it’s a smart move for people to use their Google+ accounts to do various things, as integrating Google+ to its services does mean more users will be using that social network, and with Android being a Google platform, the company can only hope that this leads to the majority of the Android user base to start using its Google Plus-integrated applications.
Google+ integration for the Play Store is live, so feel free to check it out.