Part of the problem with web apps is that they're not as immediately accessible as something that's right there on your phone, and with a service like Buzz, if you can't update your status nearly instantly, it's not gonna happen. Hence, Google's new Buzz widget for Android (1.6 and above) makes a hell of a lot of sense, and might actually get me back to using Buzz, at least on mobile. Uploading in the background, also smart. [Google Mobile]
I Might Actually Use Google Buzz With This Android Widget
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