Facebook in Google Plus with the help of Crossrider


In this article, I am going to discuss about how to use Facebook in Google Plus. Google Plus is the social networking site which is recently introduced by Google. Google plus got tremendous response in the social networking market. Till know, Facebook is ruling the social networking market. It will be little difficult in the starting days to check both websites for the updates from your friends. With the help of Crossrider extension, you can see Facebook updates in Google Plus.

Facebook in Google Plus with the help of Crossrider



What is Crossrider?


With Crossrider you can create cross browser extensions by using JavaScript/jQuery framework. Using Javascript, HTML and CSS as a single code users can create extensions, which runs on all internet browsers. The extensions will work on Internet Explorer also.

Crossrider supports major browsers such as Firefox and Chrome along with Internet Explorer. In their upcoming project, they are targeting Safari browser for the upcoming release.

With the help of Crossrider, developers can deliver more robust extensions without experiencing the pain of different browsers and the releases of new browsers and versions.

What are the features of Crossrider?



1) Crossrider is developers friendly and it is easy to use.
2) Crossrider Supports In-App Analytics.
3) It comes with publishing tools for the Web developers, such as embeddable widget, customizable installation page, and thank you page.
4) Crossrider has jQuery support built-in.

How to get Facebook in Google Plus(+) with Crossrider?


From the past few years we are using Facebook and it will be little bit difficult to shift to Google Plus and to miss all our friends update in the list. So by installing Crossrider extension, users can get their Facebook streams into Google plus. After activating this extension, there is no need to open Facebook website. Just open your Google Plus, you will get all your updates in your Google Plus.

You can try this by clicking below on Crossrider.
Crossrider


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