Google+, the middle-child of social networking sites, is starting to get some shine, and even coming for its predecessor Facebook’s spot on its incremental climb.
Google announced Google+ sign-in on Tuesday, which allows the networking site’s users to sign into websites and apps–similar to how Facebook and Twitter users sign in–by using their Google+ credentials. So far, The Guardian and USA Today websites, online restaurant reservation service OpenTable, and personal-fitness tracking service and app Fitbit have agreed to accept the social log-in process, Google said in a blog post.
The Mountain View, California-based company’s latest feature will allow it to keep better track of the web’s numerous users.
Google+ Sign-In is currently rolling out globally.
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