In his blog post today, Google's Vic Gundotra said, "The Google+ project has been in field trial for just under 90 days, and in that time we’ve made 91 different improvements (many of which are posted here). Google+ is still in its infancy, of course, but we’re more excited than ever to bring the nuance and richness of real-life sharing to software." Besides opening up Google+ to everyone, Gundotra went over some of the other improvements made to the service. Several of them center on Hangouts, which gives users live video features; hangouts is now available via Android 2.3 based mobile phones.
The biggest new feature is that search is now live for Google+ with Gundotra saying, "Just type what you’re looking for into the Google+ search box, and we’ll return relevant people and posts, as well as popular content from around the web."