(You can read about it here: Google+)
All I know is, I went to the Android Market (because it still says ‘invite only’ on my Droid market app) and downloaded Google+. From the web browser of my desktop – directly to my phone. How freakin’ cool is that?
Of course, nothing shows up yet until I get an invite. I am hoping that happens soon! (Chris?) 🙂
When I sat down last week with Google’s Vic Gundotra and Bradley Horowitz to get a tour of Google+, the new social project they rolled out today, my immediate reaction made them extremely happy. I told them that it looks …
The service, called Google+, has a similar appearance as Facebook, with streaming updates of photos, messages, comments and other content from selected groups of friends, said Bradley Horowitz, vice president, …
It’s finally here, folks. Google Buzz wasn’t the social juggernaut we were all looking for, and Google Wave has already fallen flat on its face. The former was.
Will Google+ give Facebook a run for its money, or will it fall flat like some of Google’s previous attempts at social?
If you haven’t heard yet, Google+ is Google’s shiny new full blown take on social networking. If you have been so lucky as to be part of the initial field test,
And I’m not saying that Google’s user experience is bad: by keeping simple, the most basic features, at least, are easy to grasp — just don’t go looking at your account settings or anything like that. …
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