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I've been keeping an eye on Google+ with some interest in seeing a Spring Social provider module for it. Most (all?) of Google vast selection of APIs are protected by OAuth 2, which Spring Social supports, so there's no reason to think it can't be done. However, Google has not yet published their API for Google+, so there's not much to be built yet.