The following is an excerpt from the Google+ blog post: The Google+ API is now available for developers to create user IDs for Twitter, Instagram and other social networks.
These user IDs can then be used to share content, manage user activity, or share content with other users.
In addition, these IDs can be used in Google’s other services as well, such as Google+ Hangouts, Hangouts for Business, and Hangouts in China.
This blog post details how developers can create their own user IDs.
Users can sign up for Google+ by visiting the Google Developers Console.
The Google+ Developer Console is an area where developers can easily build apps, including web, mobile, and embedded apps.
To get started, visit the Google Developer Console and follow the instructions to sign up.
Users will then be able to build apps using the developer portal, or from within the developer console.
Developers can use the API to access their users, manage their profiles, and sign up to Google+.
Google also announced that its “social network” API is being made available to developers, with new APIs for video, photos, and voice-recognition.
This is just one of several new APIs being added to the Google Play Developer Console, with the developer interface also being updated.
The new APIs are also available for iOS and Android, with Android now also supporting the Google Account API.
Read more about the Google Plus API here: For developers, the new APIs provide access to Google+ content that is not currently available on Twitter and other services, including video, photo, and video chat.