Google+ Platform

Downloads

The table below lists downloads and quick-start apps for Google+:

  • The Google APIs Client Libraries are useful for calling the Google+ REST APIs. When you use these libraries, your apps benefit from better language integration, improved security, and support for making authenticated calls.
  • The SDKs are required for developing Google+ apps on Android and iOS.

Quick-start apps are listed in the last column of the table. These quick-start apps are the easiest way to get up and running with a library or SDK. They use the Google+ Sign-In button to handle OAuth authentication, demonstrate a few simple API calls, then disconnect the app. Even though some languages do not have a quick-start app, you can still use those libraries with Google+. Check the project home page for the library for instructions on how to get started.

Client Library Project Home Google+ Quick-Start App
Google APIs Client Library for .NET (beta) google-api-dotnet-client Quick-start instructions Download zip github
Google APIs Client Library for Go (alpha) google-api-go-client Quick-start instructions Download zip github
Google APIs Client Library for Google Web Toolkit (alpha) gwt-google-apis
Google APIs Client Library for Java (beta) google-api-java-client Quick-start instructions Download zip github
Google APIs Client Library for JavaScript (alpha) google-api-javascript-client Quick-start instructions Download zip github
Google APIs Client Library for Objective C google-api-objectivec-client
Google APIs Client Library for PHP (beta) google-api-php-client Quick-start instructions Download zip github
Google APIs Client Library for Python google-api-python-client Quick-start instructions Download zip github
Google APIs Client Library for Ruby (alpha) google-api-ruby-client Quick-start instructions Download zip github (Sinatra)
SDK Download Google+ Quick-Start App
Android Google Play services SDK Use the Android SDK Manager Quick-start instructions
Google+ iOS SDK Download zip... Quick-start instructions

Note: The terms alpha and beta indicate libraries are still under development.

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