I will admit to being slightly taken aback by how quickly I've seen Google+ go from something that arrived in my inbox, to something that I'm using more than Facebook and where I already have a non-trivial part of my social graph on already.
And this highlights I think, the need for our gateway. Here's a new social network, it's rapidly growing, but it's by no means a sure thing that it's going to be a success. So, what a sane mobile or similar developer would do would be to wait. Of course, by waiting you might miss out on a new service or a new feature or a new way of interacting with your users. So should you really wait?
Then again, if you're on iPhone there's a built in wait for you anyway. You're not going to have Google Plus integrated instantly.
Whereas, with our gateway, the moment that we get access to the Google Plus API then you'd have access through the same set of APIs you're using to talk to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and LinkedIn - now, doesn't that make sense?
We're looking forward to welcoming Google Plus into the fold.