As well is announcing the arrival of applications to its Google+ social network together with the much requested use of pseudonyms. Google has also revealed today that it has received more than 3.4 billion image uploads to its Google+ site in just 100 days. Which equates to around 34 million images being uploaded to Google’s new social networking platform every day.
In comparison Facebook has around 100 billion photos in total and has around 6 billion photos uploaded every month, so Google still has some way to go before to catch up.
The figures were divulged by Google’s Vic Gundotra in his announcement at the annual Web 2.0 Summit who also explained when questioned about Google’s new Google+ service and it ability to coexist with Facebook.
“Historically I have seen people use lots of services at the same time. So yes you have to offer to something of value. If it’s identical to what someone else is offering and that network is richer – then its’ [your product] not going to be successful, but if you offer people something of value then I do think it will work,”
Source: TG DailyFiled Under: Technology News