More Google+ APIs are released: Search, +1s, comments

Google is slowing rolling out the APIs, and today’s update is quite nice.  Now you can access search, +1s and comments via the API, which is great news for developers.

Details can be found on the Google+ Platform Blog.

If you build a cool app with the API, let us know so we can show it off for you!

(via RWW)

The Google+ API is available now… sort of

Time to get coding!  Google has finally released the API for Google+, though it doesn’t do a whole lot yet.  At this point, the API only allows access to public data, meaning no access to circles or anything fun like that, but it’s certainly a start.

Full details on how to get started can be found on the Google Code blog.  Dig in!

Google+ API not coming any time soon

We were hoping that it was coming soon, but according to an article on TechCrunch the Google+ API is still months away.  If you don’t know what that means, it means it’ll be months (plus some development time after that) before Google+ can be integrated into things such as Seesmic or Hootsuite (among others).

We’ll let you know if we hear more, but it’s not sounding good right now.  Hopefully they’ll do something (open it up to all, reduce the age minimum from 18 to 13, etc) to help give it another boost soon…