Back in February, Google
launched Buzz for mobile, a tool to start interesting conversations when you
are out and about. One of the most popular ways to access Google Buzz
for mobile is through the web application (by going to buzz.google.com
in your phone’s browser). When Buzz launched, it was only available for
devices running Android 2.0+ and iPhone. Not any more! Today Google released an XHTML version of the Buzz website which can be accessed
from many other mobile devices, including those running Android pre-2.0,
Blackberry, Nokia S60, and Windows Mobile.
Just type buzz.google.com in your browser. Then when you log in
using your password, you will be able to view the stream of buzz posts,
post publicly or privately, comment or like a post, and more. On the
BlackBerry platform, you can also enable location through your browser
settings. This will allow you to get to the Nearby view, where
you’ll find geo-tagged posts near you. In addition, you can tag your
post with your location. Please note that location features might not
work on some devices.
versions of Android. You can also switch to the XHTML version if needed,
and it will remember your preference.
worked hard to make Buzz for mobile accessible on more devices in
more locations. It is now available in 37 languages through
buzz.google.com and you will find it to mobile devices with
browsers that don’t support the HTML5 capabilities the webapp uses.