Google+ is closing 4 months earlier than previously planned.
The company announced today in a blog post that they found another bug (separate from the bug they used to partly justify the social network’s closure in the first place).
The new bug impacts more than 52 million users.
As a result, all Google+ APIs will close down in 90 days and the site itself will close to consumers in April, rather than the previously planned August closure.
Note that you can export all your Google+ content using the Google+ Exporter.