Google+ now open for everyone
So after being an invite only social networking website for the first three months, Google+ is now open for everyone.
We have already given you a detailed review of g+ at the time of it’s launch but what has changed since then?
As per google’s official blog there have been 100 changes made to the social networking site ever since it’s beta launch three months ago.
G+ open for all is termed as the 100th change that has been brought about to the site.
The social network gained 10 million followers in 16 day, as compared to Twitter’s 780 days, and Facebook’s even longer 852 days.
While Google says it’s “nowhere near done”, and improvements are still on the way, “Open Signups” is its official 100th feature.
Google also announced a few other big updates today, including transitioning Hangouts into a live broadcast and presentation platform and adding item search to Google+, which lets you find public or private posts.
The changes that are worth noticing ever since it’s launch include:
1. Integration of +1 button in mobile sites
2. Hangouts for mobile applications (Android and iOS)
3. Integration of screen sharing, google docs, notepad into the hangout.
4. Google translate for google+ which was pretty much expected.
5. The ignore feature (this is something new)
6. Resharing of posts for G+ Android
7. Games on G+
8. Collapse and expand comments
So now that G+ is open for all, expect to see a rise in the number of users even though the anxious souls are already in!
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