Google has officially released an API for Google+, the search engine’s new social network.
So what can you gather from the Google+ API? According to Google, “This initial API release is focused on public data only — it lets you read information that people have shared publicly on Google+”
Google will roll out more data and features in the coming months, but for now developers do get a nice little teaser.
Posted Google+ Developer Relations guy Chris Cabot, “These APIs allow you to retrieve the public profile information and public posts of the Google+ users, and they lay the foundation for us to build on together – Nothing great is ever built in a vacuum so I’m excited to start the conversation about what the Google+ platform should look like.”