Various technology blogs reported that Google is set to roll out the +1 Button, which helps users to share the links with their friends right from the Google search result. The new +1 button is regarded as Google's answer to Facebook's 'Like' feature.
The launch new was first leaked by the technology blog, TechCrunch, and later officially confirmed by Search Engine Land. Google announced their plan about +1 button back in Mar 2011 and in two months it's ready to blow the mind of users around the globe.
The +1 button will appear in all search results and the users, who logged in through their Google account, can recommend a particular search result link with the +1 button. This recommended links will appear in users' friends search result.
Moreover, website owners can integrate the +1 Button with their sites, allowing the users to share the contents more easily. It is expected that, the launch of +1 Button will fasten Google's plan to launch their much rumored social networking website, Google Circles.
"Tomorrow we'll be talking about how the +1 button will further help people find and recommend great content across the Web. We'll have more details with our announcement," Google spokesman Jim Prosser wrote in an e-mail.