Google again seems on putting every possible way to engage more and more users to its social networking site, Google+, the team has launched a new look for its +1 button on the social site, the first since Google’s social layer comes into existence. The red and blue look has dropped and we’re used to and have gone red and white completely. Also, the updated configuration tool lets you see a preview of the +1 button in different shapes and sizes and then gives you the code to put on your page or blog.
Here’s what the team had to say about the change:
Following in the footsteps of our new red and white Google+ icon, the +1 button is sporting a fresh coat of paint. Starting today, this update will be visible first to our Google+ Platform Preview Group and shortly thereafter we’ll roll it out to the public.
The +1 buttons you’ve already installed will automatically update; there’s nothing you need to do. Stop by the updated configuration tool to see how these changes look across all the various sizes and shapes of the +1 button.