WPGPlus posts your blog posts to Google+ when published on WordPress blog. Currently works with plus.google.com accounts, provided: - You are NOT u
It works for simple auth to Google Plus. However the post contains HTML entities for each non-alpha character. For example a quote becomes &8220; and a single quote becomes &8217; etc.
Does not work for me. I get an error every single time.
Is it supposed to work as well with two factors authentication?
(Disclaimer: I wrote it)
This is the only actually free mechanism I've found for posting to Google+ automatically from WordPress.
This plugin just doesn't work, don't spent your time
This worked one time, several months ago, and since then has failed every time. This may not be the fault of the developer, but of Google, who closed the option to post that was exploited by this plugin (not positive that's the case, but it DID work one time for me). Now, however, it consistently gives a fatal error, does not post to Google+, and while the blog post will actually post to the blog, itself, if you have any auto=posting plugins, they will fail and may fill your blog with spam as they try unsuccessfully to repost (since the plugin things the posting failed).
2013-04-01 17:37:13 : publish_to_gplus running, included wpgplus.php
2013-04-01 17:37:13 : publish_to_gplus running, postID is 527
2013-04-01 17:37:13 : wgplus_safe_post_google running, post_id is 527
2013-04-01 17:37:14 : just requested the login info
[errors] => Array
[http_request_failed] => Array
 => Trop de redirections.
[error_data] => Array
Writing cookies from login get
Seems like a promissing plugin. But it doesn't work in my setup. I get 'to many redirects' af publishing an article. Too bad!
The installation of WPGplus breaks my jetpak contact form. You will allways get the error "too many redirects".
0.8.3 worked intermittently. 8.4, when enabled, causes web browser to crash when posting blog entries.