Google+ now open to everyone – no more invitation required

After three months of being invite-only, Google+ is now open to everyone. All you have to do is to go to and Sign in with your Google account and you’re in. If you’re already a Google+ user, you’ll be able to invite your friends, family and anyone who wants to join the service. During those months of been invite-only, Google made over 100 different improvement but it’s still in the early stages. Actually, Google itself says it’s “nowhere near done”, and improvements are still on the way. However, the new social network is growing at a really fast pace and it will be a real competitor to Facebook.

Best new Features

  • Hangouts for smartphones – you can now join Hangout video chats from your smartphone
  • Live broadcast – you can now broadcast your Hangout to as many people as you want with “Hangouts On Air”
  • Share your desktop in a Hangout – you can now share your desktop live as you chat
  • Scribble notes in Hangouts – you can now doodle live as you chat with your friends
  • Live Google Docs collaborate – you can now open up your Google Docs during a Hangout and you and your friends can edit it together
  • Search on Google+ – you can now search for anything on Google+ such as people, topics, articles and so on

Well, it is clear that Google+ is one of the most ambitious social project to date, and it comes with a lot of cool features and great interface but right now what needs is simple more people to join.

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Google unveils its own social network to challenge Facebook

Did you hear about Google introducing its own social network,Google+ ? A project that aims to make online sharing more like real life.

Well, no one can tell if this is going to be a real Facebook challenger but still, if we take a look at Google+, we can admit that is quite a bundle of joy and looks really promising.

Google+ was on trial until now and a pilot team was testing the Social Networking capabilities of this service.


Let’s take a look over the introduction video…

Aiming to take advantage of flaws in networking on Facebook, Google said in the past that “Today, the connections between people increasingly happen online. Yet the subtlety and substance of real-world interactions are lost in the rigidness of our online tools. In this basic, human way, online sharing is awkward. Even broken. And we aim to fix it.”

Google said, “We’d like to bring the nuance and richness of real-life sharing to software. We want to make Google better by including you, your relationships, and your interests. And so begins the Google+ project.”

It would offer options of networking, including ‘Circles’ interface for adding friends and sharing ‘what matters, with the people who matter most’ and ‘Hangouts’ interface for group video chat.

If you’re interested and you want to find out more, take a look at the Google+ project website.

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