Apple has approved Google+, the ad giant's social networking app, for the iPhone. The app was sent to Cupertino for approval earlier this month. There was some debate as to whether Apple would ban the application, but given that it doesn't threaten any Apple product, or annoy its telco partners, we're not sure why. Google+ …
"it doesn't threaten any Apple product"
Nice cloud Apple's got there. Be a shame if anyone rendered it superfluous.
No iPod Touch support!!
wot a pile of pants
which is nice but
Seeing as you cant sign up for Google+ (unless you were one of 'lucky') invitees, its not going to do the rest of us much good....
Invites are unlimited
Do you really not know anyone who's using it?
Shirley one of your friends is using G+
assuming you have any that want to associate with you... Just kidding.
I would ask your Facebook friends for one (if you have a Facebook account); the last time I logged in to FB, 10 of my friends had a status offering invites.
As far as I know, don't know anyone how is using it, but then again, I only really use FB because there are some people that I would other wise not be able to communicate with.
From what I have read elsewhere I was under the impression that the 'open invites' had been closed.
All of my friends and co-workers are using it. Only about 25% of my family are.
Why no touch support?
Does the googleplex only want g+ on devices that know where they are all the time? (and where has the black helicopter comment icon gone!)
you mean this black helicopter icon?
<--- Hi there
... is this news?
Because Apple has "approved" an app?
Thank you, Sir Lord Pope Jobs, for being the arbiter of all things good and proper and righteous and wholesome in the world.
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