Google has announced that it has implemented a number of new improvements to its application programming interface (API) for Google+, according to an article published by ZDNet UK.

Previously unveiled last month (September), the API for Google+ now has the ability to search the social network for public posts, as well as other new features that will allow applications to discover who has re-shared or +1’d posts.

The API feature, which can also scan comments and public profile information, could prove to be useful in future social media marketing initiatives.

In a post published on the official Google Code blog, software engineer Jordanna Chord commented on the improvements.

She wrote earlier this week: “Thank you to all of you who tried out our first Google+ API release and let us know how you were using it. And thank you also to those of you who asked for more.

“In the spirit of releasing early and often, today we’ve released some of the new features that your requested,” Chord finished.

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