An Israeli company decided to merge the best of both worlds with the launch of thier latest application known as Google+Facebook, where it will allow users of Google+ to actually view their streams from Facebook. Crossrider, the company behind this application, has already seen over 100,000 downloads of Google+Facebook, which is impressive considering the application was created within a single day. Bear in mind that there are still bugs that need to be fixed inside, but at least you can now view your Facebook streams while updating your status on Google+.
To put it in a nutshell, this is “a site within a site”, and if you choose to post updates on both social networks, that is also possible. What do you think of such an app – will users eventually choose a side, or will they actually be happy riding on both?
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