Google recently launched their new social service Google+ which enables users to share photos, video, add comments, send messages and more from a selected groups of friends. Google+ is (in a way) similar to Facebook and will be a tough competitor to Twitter and Facebook.
Like Gmail and Google Music, the new social service is invite only. When Gmail and Google Music were launched, it followed the same trend – Invite Only! Google+ is open to limited invites and most of its service will be available in the US only.
You can vie the demo here - http://www.google.com/+/demo/
A quick look at Google+ features
Google+ Project: Google Circles
At present, there are no direct invites being sent out by Google, however you can try submitting your name and email ID by getting yourself an invite. To apply for Google+ invites now, go to this link here.
Update: Google Shuts Down Google Plus Invites
Vic Gundotra, Senior Vice President, Engineering at Google stated that Google has closed down the invite process for Google Plus due to tremendous demand of invites.
We’ve shut down invite mechanism for the night. Insane demand. We need to do this carefully, and in a controlled way. Thank you all for your interest!
For any who wish to leave, please remember you can always exit and take your data with you by using Google Takeout.
It’s your data, your relationships, your identity.
There are people who claim to have Google Plus invite are selling them for making some bucks. Please do not entertain such people as they are all fake! At the moment, no one (including Google+ users) can send invites to anyone.