Google+ has gone public Open to everyone

Google+ goes public! No need of invites, just sign up and start sharing

Google+ is now public. Yes the social network is now open to everyone and there is no need of Google+ invites anymore. Just go to

the official Google+ website and sign up. You will be inside the social network in no time.

Google+ API is now available for developers

Vic Gundotra, the man behind Google+ released the news just yesterday. He said in the blog post,

“For the past 12 weeks we’ve been in field trial, and during that time we’ve listened and learned a great deal. We’re nowhere near done, but with the improvements we’ve made so far we’re ready to move from field trial to beta, and introduce our 100th feature: open signups. This way anyone can visit, join the project and connect with the people they care about.”

Some of the recently introduced features also include:

Google+ hangouts for Android

  • Google+ Hangouts video chat feature on Android
  • Google+ Hangout on Air (Live broadcast to any number of people on Google+)
  • More features for Google+ Hangout (Screen-sharing, Sketchpad, Google Docs viewer, Name your Hangouts)
  • Google+ Hangouts API for developers (Build new apps and games on the Google+ platform)
  • Integrated search from Google+ (Search the web from within Google+, also get results for people who are on Google+)
  • 100th feature is Open signups (Google+ is now open to anyone and everyone)

Today Google’s homepage was also seen advertising people to join Google+. Here is a screenshot of what the page looks like. It looks cute, isn’t it?

Google homepage seen advertising Google+

According to stats conducted at the TheNextWeb, Google+ gained 10 million followers in just 16 days. The social network attracted far more people as compared to Twitter’s 780 days and Facebook’s a whopping 852 days.

So the question you gotta ask yourself is “When are you gonna be a part of this community?” I think “its time”!

Pass on your valuable comments and tell us how you have enjoyed being on Google+. Was it fun for you?