Fiplab Tab for Google+
With 10 million users signing up during its first two weeks—and close to double that now—Google+ is shaping up to be a real competitor in the social networking world. If you’re one of the circle-loving service’s account holders, you’ll probably like what British developer Fiplab has done with Tab for Google+ (Free*). This Mac App Store title sits in your menu bar, giving you quick access to everything Google+.
With one click, you can see your Stream, Photos, Circles, Profile, and Notifications without having to open up a browser; you can post right from the tab, too. Unfortunately there’s no integration with the rest of Google’s services, so you can’t chat or access your Gmail from it. For the price, we’ll take it—although Fiplab has said it’ll only be free for a limited time.
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