Google finally unveiled its Google+ social networking service that looks and functions very much like Facebook. Google+ for now is only available to a small group of users and invitees, is designed to enable people to post status updates, share links and upload photos.

Google+ project is giving more privacy while connecting to people. Google+ allows users to communicate within separate groups of their online friends. Instead of posting an update that goes out to everyone, Google+ enables users to create “circles” or groups, such as a user’s poker buddies, college friends, work colleagues and family members. Now a user can communicate separately with each group.

Google+ is giving users to get a rolling scroll of content from across the Internet on their interesting topic. Google+ will stream a feed of content into your page so you can stay up to date on your favorite topics.

There is this feature called “Hangouts,” Google+ enables users to meet up with their friends online, using multiperson video.

Google+ will take the photos you’ve snapped with your phone and store them in the cloud so you can easily move them onto any of your devices with users permission ofcourse.

Google+’s other services include messages sent to you in Google+, for example, show up in Gmail, and chats in Google Talk show up in Google+ and vice versa. Google+ ties into Google’s photo site, Picasa, as well.

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