Posts Tagged ‘Google Plus’

By now, I’m sure readers of Redmond Pie have heard of Google’s answer to the Facebook phenomenon: it’s called Google+ and the social network, as we’ve written before, is seeing extremely fast growth.

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We’ve all seen Google+ and how efficient it works inside the web browser, but what if you want to use it straight from the desktop. GClient is the first ever desktop client for Google+, currently Windows-only, and allows users to perform most essential Google+ tasks right from a small window.

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After a long wait, the official Google+ app for iPhone was finally released yesterday. The native app, which is a giant leap forward from the web-only experience that was available up until now, only supports iPhone 3G, 3GS, and iPhone 4 running iOS 4.0 or later. Google for some odd reason has left out the support for iPads and iPod touches.

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After weeks of waiting, Apple has finally approved the official native Google+ app for the iPhone, which represents a giant leap forward from the web-only experience that was available up until now. This marks yet another beginning step in Google’s quest to dominate the social networking world.

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Anonymous, a well-known hacktivist group, is creating a new social network after its official account on Google+ was abruptly banned for violating Google’s policies. According to the group, the new social network won’t be censored or moderated at all.

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According to metrics collected by the Find People On Plus website, Google+’s main demographic is comprised of male San Francisco-based engineers, at least according to the profile data they’ve submitted.

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At this quarter’s earnings call, which took place earlier today, Google’s CEO Larry Page has expressed his extreme satisfaction with Google+’s performance, along with several promising figures.

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With Google+ slowly, but surely taking the world by storm, few would argue that the key to launching and maintaining a popular social networking experience is at least one popular, and feature rich, mobile app.

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Ever since Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg created an account on Google+, Google’s new endeavor in the social networking business, his profile has become a source of gossip and speculation among his fans. It now seems that Mark has turned up the privacy settings on his account, dropping him off the site’s statistics, as well as making it impossible for outsiders to view his friends list.

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Google’s latest foray into the social networking market has seen its fledgling Google Plus service find itself a bit of a cult hit, with the world seemingly clamoring to get into the beta service.

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Regular readers of this site know how much we’ve talked about Google+, Google’s new endeavor in the social networking world, in the last few weeks. If you’re wondering how well it stacks up against Facebook, this infographic will help.

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Those who have been lucky enough to get their hands on a Google+ invite may now be wondering how to get the most out of the service from their iOS devices until the official Google+ app for the system becomes available. The same app has been available on the Android Market ever since Google+ was first announced, yet it’s still undergoing Apple’s strict approval process. Thanks to a Picasa client, however, you can now upload pictures from your device to Google+ unofficially.

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