Even though Google’s Buzz has drawn criticism for privacy issues, and has been deemed an overall frustrating experience, Google is not giving up on Buzz altogether. Google just adjusted its settings for Buzz, and today, the search giant is integrating Buzz into its latest version of Gmail For Mobile.
So now, you’ll see Buzz as a tab in your inbox on your phone when you access the mobile version of Gmail within your browser just like you do in the desktop version of Gmail, complete with the little Google Buzz icon. Buzz in the mobile version of Gmail will include all the basic functions such as liking the post or commenting.
Since the communication tool’s launch, you could access Buzz via Buzz.Google.com on your mobile phone. And if your inbox integration was set to a specific setting, your @replies and comments would be sent to your Gmail inbox. The new integration just allows you to play with Buzz from within the mobile version of Gmail.
A few weeks ago, Google launched an Android widget for Buzz that would allows users to post text or photos to the service without having to launch any app on the device.
Google Buzz is a social network and sharing product built by Google. Based within Google Profiles, Buzz offers a stream of status updates, pictures, links, and videos from your friends. You can â€œlikeâ€ these items and you can comment on them. Updates from Flickr, Picasa, Google Reader, or Twitter can also be automatically imported into a Buzz stream. Buzz will recommend items you might like based on your friendsâ€™ activity. Buzz Features include: Buzz Online Auto-following: Buzz allows users can auto-follow...