published October 7th, 2011 | categories: Google, Social Media | all categories
Now that Google has opened up their new social network G+, they have made it easier for us to interact and write applications. However, the task of creating RSS feeds based on your posts is a bit more challenging. Google charges for the use of App Engine, the technology behind these RSS feeds. The first RSS feed creator PlusFeed, shut down after an exponential cost increase from AppEngine. However, you have several alternatives to create a feed from your + Posts. Developers have stepped up and are now paying AppEngine prices so that you can have an RSS feed.
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