Google Open Orkut Up To Everyone - Oh No!

Oct 23, 2006 • 7:52 am | comments (9) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

The folks at DigitalPoint Forums discuss the news that Google has opened up Orkut to anyone with a Google Account. That means you no longer need to be invited to use Orkut by someone already in the Orkut community.

I am not sure if you are all aware of the past troubles Google has with Orkut. If not, just read this check list of some of the items I posted on Orkut at SEW blog:

More Orkut coverage at SEW Blog here for SEW members.

So, opening it up, should make things more interesting to other parts of the globe.

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums.

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Comments:

Cupid9

10/30/2006 08:40 am

It isn't true that you can have an orkut account just by using your Google account without invitation. Actually, Google is migrating those orkut users to Google account. And if you don't have an invitation, you can't login to orkut. You still need an invitation! It's funny to see many top search engine blogs reporting "Google Open Orkut Up To Everyone" without actually testing for it. If you can login with Google account into orkut, please let me know how. Thanks.

Shailesh

04/28/2008 08:39 pm

I wish to open my account at orkut,Request you to kindly send me inivitation to do so...

anshika sharma

06/03/2008 08:17 am

m sssweet but little aggresive. i wan 2 b a great fashion designer. i jus wanna make lots n lots of friendz......

seetha

11/25/2008 09:22 am

i want my account to be open @ orkut. request you to do the needful

rahul

07/03/2009 08:50 pm

please make me easy to use orkut site

rahul

07/03/2009 08:52 pm

please let me open my orkut

Jagannath

09/15/2009 08:42 pm

i want my account to be open @ orkut. request you to do the needful

prerona

06/08/2010 10:24 am

iwant my account to b open now please;

Rajpatel30

08/08/2010 09:36 am

Help me for How to open orkut account. Send me invitation

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