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Google confirms; 10 million G+ users and 550,000 Android daily activations

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 14 Jul 2011 20:32 User comments (4)

Google confirms; 10 million G+ users and 550,000 Android daily activations Google reported their quarterly earnings tonight, blowing away estimates with revenue coming in at $6.92 billion.
Additionally, Google says it now has $39 billion in cash.

For Android, the search giant says it is activating 550,000 users each day, a number that is 50,000 higher than Google's last announcement on the matter, just two weeks ago.

The company expects to be activating 1 million devices per day by the end of the year (if current growth continues).

Google also confirmed there are slightly over 250,000 apps in the Android Market, with 6 billion downloads. There are also 130 million Android devices now out there.

Despite rumors that Google+ was approaching 20 million users already, CEO Larry Page said the social network has over 10 million users, sharing 1 billion items and 2.3 billion +1 clicks each day after launching just two weeks ago.

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4 user comments

115.7.2011 13:14

Yea I want in on it too... I downloaded the app :(


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215.7.2011 14:08

Post email here (or PM me somehow if that is possible on this site?) if you need invite.

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315.7.2011 15:46

Hope this hook you faster....
Twitter Post:

"If you can't sign up, you can send us your email by going here"

http://goo.gl/Xlkxe

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 16 Jul 2011 @ 4:46

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Capitalism: Funnel most of the $$$ to the already rich.

416.7.2011 11:17

also giving invites on PM'd email address


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