Click SIGN IN. Click either the Facebook or Google icon as desired. In the browser page that opens, sign in to your Facebook or Google account. You’ll be directed to a new page.
Feb 26, 2013 · But while Google+ Sign-In has quite a way to go before it can catch up with Facebook Connect's ubiquity, the prospect of interactive sharing may prove to be a potent incentive for websites.
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Feb 27, 2013 · Google's new Google+ Sign-Ins are essentially Facebook Connect for Google+, allowing you to not only sign-in to sites that support it, but also bring your Google+ profile data with you around the web.
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Feb 28, 2013 · Google Plus actually launched almost one and a half years ago – so I’m a little surprised to see it has taken them this long to create a sign-in feature like Facebook or Twitter Connect. Google has teamed up with social photo sharing webstore, The Fancy and put together this promotional video showing off the new functionality:
Feb 26, 2013 · Google has released a sign-in service for Google+ that will compete against Facebook Connect. It brings in OTA app installs, interactive sharing, and more.
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Feb 26, 2013 · The Google+ sign-in button is very similar to Facebook Connect, the button you've probably seen on several sites that lets you to log in with your Facebook account.
Feb 26, 2013 · Reading today’s pre-briefed coverage of Google’s new competitor to Facebook Connect and Twitter authorization, it feels a bit like reporters drank the Kool-Aid. The spotlight was kept on ease ...