Google+ opens its API for Flipboard
| by Padmini Harchandrai |
Those of you on Flipboard, you will soon be able to receive your Google+ accounts within the app. According to Mashable, Bradley Horowitz, the Vice President of Product at Google announced at LeWeb in London that Google+ will be opening up its API to Flipboard, allowing users to connect their Google+ accounts to the app. Users will be able to +1 on articles that they read and want to share, as well as use their Google+ accounts to comment on articles. Horowitz did not specify when the functions will be live for Flipboard users, however, he did specify that Flipboard is one of the chosen partners to receive the Google+ API. Other partners of the Google+ API include HootSuite, Virtue and Buddy Media. Horowitz added that the 170 million user count of Google+ is stale and that more information on the social network and its API will be made available at I/O, Google's developer conference which will take place from the 27th till the 29th of June in San Francisco.
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