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Google+ now available to all

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 20 Sep 2011 2:17 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

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 04:41

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

321.9.2011 12:00

Google, fuggem and their hype.

they actually took somethin outta beta hoho!


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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