Start Google+ is designed to help you jump right in to Google’s new social network. Here’s a few things that the plugin can do:
Put your Facebook and Twitter streams inside your Google Plus stream, complete with “Stream” links on the side and rich media
Automatically post to Facebook AND Twitter whenever you share something on Google Plus (you can turn this on/off from within the share window in Google Plus - see the screenshots)
Add a Gmail inbox notifier to the top bar, so that you do not have to keep a gmail tab open. Clicking on the Gmail icon shows a menu with the unread messages that let you access your emails directly inside Google+.
If you want to be aware of who are talking to you or mentioning you in their conversation on Google Plus, but don’t wish to have a web page consistently opened for Google Plus or Gmail, then you should try this.
Checks for any unread notifications of your Google Plus every minute, and displays unread notification count on your browser extension toolbar.
This is a neat alternative to using Safari or any other mobile browser to access Google+ on your mobile. Technology based on OpenAppMkt.
This acts a bit like Fluid for the Apple and creates a standalone browser app independently of Safari sans browser bar. Doesn’t seem to offer any speed advantages but is nice if you don’t want to use Safari.
Thanks to Allan Corbet for the link. Screenshot from my own iPhone running the app.
Ideal for use on any web project, a bundle package of Google Plus (+) Icons in PNG file format. Download includes various size icons (512×512, 256×256, 64×64, 48×48, 32×32 and 16×16) and comes in 2 styles one with a ‘G’ and the other with a big ‘plus’ sign, like the Google+ favicon.
Google+ does not have a quick way sharing your posts to Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, this extension will add a link “Send to …” to each post. Once clicked, it will bring up an internal dialog asking you where to share your post.
Future additions to this project will allow you to auto share with a single click instead of going through the hassle of clicking multiple times, for a better overall experience.