Google SVP of Social Vic Gundotra took the stage at the Web 2.0 Summit and announced several upcoming Google+ features and milestones. Gundotra said that over 3.4 billion photos have been shared on Google+ in the last 100 days. One of the reasons why tons of photos were added to Google+ at a fast pace is because they can be uploaded to Google+ directly from Android phones.
Gundotra said that Google+ will soon start supporting pseudonyms and other identity forms. Google+ required real names for users to be registered initially. Users were outraged when Google started suspending users for utilizing pseudonyms instead of their real names.
Gundotra also announced that Google+ will soon start supporting Google Apps accounts. The reason why Google+ did not support Google Apps originally because they though the company “would have more time.” But Google+ beat their expectations.