Due to a reporting error, the story "Google+ update irks developers," posted to the wire Thursday, misspelled the name of a developer quoted in the story. The correct spelling is Mohamed Mansour.

The second paragraph of the story has been corrected and now reads:

Mohamed Mansour created some of the most widely used extensions for Google+, including Extended Share, which currently boasts more than 83,000 users. Shortly after the changes to Google+ went live, Mansour posted a long comment to his profile page entitled, "Thank you Google for breaking all my apps and extensions without warning!"