How to apply for Google plus api notifications

When Google launched it’s Google+ beta, it did so without exposing an api to developers.

Given that the site is yet to fully launch and core changes to the site are still probable, we’re certainly not saying this was a bad idea. However for the future, Google will know that creating a platform for developers to build on is a necessity for creating stickiness and building user participation in their new social venture.
Obvious examples of where social networking APIs have helped the social networks are the huge success of casual social gaming on Facebook, and the boost to the early proliferation of Twitter enabled by 3rd party developers creating clients for a broad spectrum of user devices.

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