Tools Round Up: Google, mBlast, and More

Mashable has a teaser video and a link to the invite form for Google’s new photo-sharing service Photovine. Check out the clip above.

Also, a study indicates that Google+ has probably reached 10 million users. It was only last week that we wrote a post about Google trying to rein in the number of invites that were being passed around, and stop businesses from participating all together. We’ve gotten comments on Twitter speculating that there’s something weird going on here. Thoughts?

MBlast has introduced My mPact, a free tool that says it can measure online influence better than that other tool that we shall not name.

Speaking of Klout, it’s now using Foursquare to measure influence. It was already factoring in Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, among other criteria, and added a +K button to help users find experts.

Hashable has redesigned its iPhone and Android app. [via TechCrunch]

Speaking of TechCrunch and redesigns, it has undergone one of its own. It says the feedback has been largely positive, except for these grouchy grumpies.