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					                     Google’s +1 Button Gets a Facelift
That’s it. Google has now brought an all new, cool looking +1 button to us. If you remember well, the previous +1
button from Google was a bright multicolored one with the “+1 text sporting at the center section. And now, this
revamped +1 button from Google seems to be completely different. The fellows from Google have done a
commendable job in designing this ultra cool button. At first, it will sport a white background with the text “+1 in
orange. Once you hit the button with your mouse, you will notice that the button changes with a bright red colored
background.

It is reported that Google agreed with this change owing to the Google+ icon’s color. With the Google+ icon having an
orange coat of paint, the staff from Google have given the same to this +1 button too. As of now, this new change to
rolled out to the public and is visible to all.

Google+ is already steaming up with this new change. If you land yourself in the Google+ site, make sure to notice
that the +1 button at the end of each post will be sporting a bright reddish colored “+1 text with a white background.
Once you hit the button, the painted coats taken the opposite places, that’s the “+1 text will become white and the
background color changes to a bright red color.




Well, it’s not only the Google+ site sporting this all new +1 button. If you notice well, Google has already taken efforts
to bring this new +1 button to all the sites across the web. Any site with the +1 button embedded already will be seen
sporting this new +1 button from Google. Join us on +Axleration and share your thoughts.
If you love any content on the web, make sure to hit the button and share that content with your fellow mates in your
Google+ circles. Take a peek at the +1 button either at the left sidebar or at the bottom of this post, and hit it to share
this blog post with all your circled mates on Google+