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Google+ now available to all

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 20 Sep 2011 14:17 User comments (4)

Google+ now available to all After a few months in invite-only beta.
Google has announced today that their social network Google+ is now available to all, and no longer in invite-only beta.

Additionally, the popular "Hangouts" feature is now available on mobile devices.

Hangouts for the web has also been updated with the ability to screen-share and the ability to name your Hangouts.

Furthermore, Hangouts on Air is now a possibility, allowing users to make public broadcasts that others can tune in to.

The first broadcaster will Black Eyed Pea's Will.i.am.

Finally, there is also improved SMS support, better +mentions and +1'ing comments and one of the big things is that Huddle has now been renamed as Messenger, says TechRadar.

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4 user comments

120.9.2011 21:49

Took me a while to figure out how to block this cancer everywhere.

221.9.2011 4:41

No, you can not cancel it. I love this new feature. It is very cute.

321.9.2011 12:00
wukka
Inactive

Google, fuggem and their hype.

they actually took somethin outta beta hoho!

cheers!

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 21 Sep 2011 @ 12:03

414.10.2011 23:07

Originally posted by elice1999:
No, you can not cancel it. I love this new feature. It is very cute.
Oh yes you can, want the adblock filter?

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