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Larry Page: Google+ now has 170 million users

Written on:April 12, 2012
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Google CEO delivered some updates on Google+ during Wednesday’s conference call, saying that over 170 million Google users have now upgraded to Google+, which presumably means that they have activated their Google+ profile.

Page also said that there are two parts to the Google+ experience: The Google+ service, which is available on the web as well as on mobile devices, and the integration of Google+ data into other Google products – something he called the “social spine” of Google. “You don’t think of that as Google+, it just comes from that infrastructure,” he said. Page added that the company has seen “some impressive growth” for Google+.

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