For the past week or so you might have heard a lot about Google+, it was launched on 28th June and opened for invites shortly thereafter. However, for over a week, Google stopped accepting new users and also denied existing users from inviting new ones.
If you have been mystified with Google’s new take at social networking, here is some Google news. Google+ is now officially open to anyone with a Google account. All you have to do is to go to https://plus.google.com and Sign in with your account and you will be in. Existing and new users will also be able to invite anyone they want to join the service. So no need to ask anyone for invites anymore and also can finally get rid of those spammy Google+ invites.
By the way, we have been using Google+ for over a week and you might want to read through our series of articles which will be helpful to you when it comes to using and understanding Google+.
- Google Plus For Dummies: Setting it Up For The First Time
- Google+: What It is And How it Works [Screenshot Tour]
- Everything+: How Google+ Changes (And Will Change) The Social Landscape [Editorial]
- Google Offers Virtually Unlimited Storage on Picasa Web Albums for Google+ Users
- Bring Facebook Like Looks to Google Plus and Bring Google Plus Features on Facebook
- Google Plus After One Week: Can it Challenge Facebook? [Editorial]
Have fun with Google+.
Update: Looks like there is some glitch, but the signups have definitely opened up and so have the invites. Please sign in in next few hours to get in. This is very much apparent because earlier Google did not allow users to Sign In, also invites are definitely back on.