Google+ Could Hit 600m Users By The End Of 2012 [Headlines]
Entrepreneur Paul Allen says that the service got over 10 million new subscribers in December 2011 and he expects the growth to continue to accelerate this year.
Entrepreneur Paul Allen has predicted that Google's social network Google+ will hit 400 million users by the end of 2012. The Ancestry.com founder's analysis suggests that the service got over 10 million new subscribers in December 2011 and he says that he expects the growth to continue to accelerate:
“Google can continue to integrate Google+ into its other products and word of mouth will continue to build. Most importantly, 700,000 Android devices are activated daily and this will become a very significant source of new users for Google+. That number will also grow next year.”