A company has announced it is moving its website development work to Google+, a new platform that is expected to offer faster and more responsive website development and scaling.
Mobi, an Indian web portal, said it has received a patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office for an algorithm for automating the development of web sites on Google+.
The company, which was founded in 2011, has grown to more than 15 million users worldwide and employs about 1,000 people worldwide.
Moby is part of a growing wave of Indian startups moving into Google+, including Bipro and Mobi.
The company’s founders have been keen on the technology because it allows developers to get faster and easier access to the web while also providing the flexibility of mobile web development, said Mobi founder and CEO Vishnu Gopalan.
The patents also reveal that Mobi will provide Google+ users with a unified experience to browse the web, post comments and subscribe to content.
Mobi’s co-founder and CEO Sridhar Gopan says the technology is also being used by other companies including Facebook, Pinterest and Microsoft.
“We are hoping to have more apps coming soon, so you can use Mobi to see what’s trending on Facebook or Twitter,” he said.
According to a recent study, about 35 per cent of India’s internet users visit Google+, which includes over 200 million mobile users.
In addition to Mobi, the patent covers various other Indian startups including Bithumb, Snapdeal, Bajaj and Jio.