Google+ has officially moved out of its infancy, the social project's product manager Bradley Horowitz explains
Horowitz said Google+ has "reached beyond the early adopters" and now has 40 million users. Even with that strong early growth, Google+ is actually still a project and not a product, Horowitz said. That means the company faces quite a bit of work to bring Google+ up to snuff.
A key component in that, Horowitz said, is bringing the "Google" by integrating other Web services into the Google+ ecosystem to make the project a far more well-rounded offering.