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15 Fun Facts About Google+

Written on September 22, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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”Our goal with Google+ is to make sharing on the web like sharing in real life, as well as to improve the overall Google experience" --- Larry Page, Google founder and CEO.

As you already know, Google+ is the newest member in the ever-growing family of social networking services. It went live on public just recently, but has been in a trial for the past 90 days, sending out limited invitations to users as it hones its service. For a short period of time, this latest social site from Google has undeniably given a tremendous impact and influence to most social media users.

Thus, in order to show you a detailed rundown of what is happening around Google+, GADG has put up a list of the 15 fun and interesting facts about Google’s social extension.

Take the leap to learn them all.

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Google+ Opens to the Public

Written on September 21, 2011 by Adam Eve

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After three months of being "by invitation only," Google+ is now open to the public!

The Internet’s newest social networking site – Google+ – has finally opened to the public, boasting more than 20 million users. The new social network is based on Circles – like friends, family and colleagues – who share something in common. That way, users can easily share updates to a specific group of people, without the awkward gaffe popularized by Facebook.

Other than going public, Google also released a handful of features to “bring the nuance and richness of real-life sharing,” as written by Vic Gundotra — the search engine giant’s senior vice president of engineering.

Hangouts, Google+’s version of live video chats, enables users to include multiple people for a face-to-face conversation. Moreover, users can have their own brand of public broadcasting via “Hangouts on Air.” And when the conversation runs dry, click “Try Hangouts with Extras.” With this feature, users can share their computer screen or whatever is in display. Moreover, all public post in Google+ is now searchable. In addition to this, Google renamed “Huddles” to “Messenger.”

Do you have a Google+ account? What are your impressions with the new social networking site?

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