Seesmic Announces Google Buzz Support for Android
Seesmic- one of the most popular social software clients on Android -announced the integration of Google Buzz into Seesmic for Android today. Users will now be able to manage Google Buzz in Seesmic for Android, as well as Seesmic for Web, Ping.fm, and Seesmic’s preview version of the next generation of Seesmic Desktop.
Seesmic for Android (which is only available to attendees at Google I/O who attend the Seesmic booth but not yet available from the Android Market) allows users to add a Google Buzz account and view, search and post to the personal Buzz feed. It even supports to add comments and likes to streams. It is very comprehensive.
Seesmic has yet not announced when Seesmic Mobile for Android with Google Buzz support will be available to the public from the Android Market. Hopefully they do soon. I for one, can’t wait.
Are you excited about this? Do you want to see Google Buzz support in Seesmic? Would you rather see a native Google Buzz app from Google? Let us know!
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