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Buffer Introduces Android App, iOS App Coming Up Next

Buffer is basically a Twitter sharing service that has recently released an Android app. Buffer announced that they will soon release an iOS app for iPhone users.

Buffer first able to grab the attentions of many, when its releases its innovative service that lets Twitter users schedules update in pre-timed batches so as to avoid a flood of followers, and also revealed that it had hit 1 million tweets ‘buffered’. The team at Buffer has been working hard since then to develop its first mobile application.

Buffer Android App

The recently released Android app is launched with all common features including: tweet editing, scheduling and switching between multiple accounts. Other improvements and features added in the app will enable user to see the number of clicks, retweets and reach for each tweet.


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According to Buffer team, the next to come will be iOS App which is still in development stages. The iOS app will enable iPhone users to enjoy a customized experience of the service. However, currently, like many other mobile users, they can only access the service via email-based mobile version.

The Buffer team also revealed that they are also considering developing Buffer for Facebook. This service will allow the Facebook users to schedule their updates in groups at particular times similar to the way Twitter users doing on Twitter.

Buffer has always emphasized on the point that it doesn’t want to keep itself confined to Twitter. It wants to expand its expertise in other platforms as well. The inclusion of Google Reader is an obvious example of their intentions. We hope that the Buffer Team will keep on moving to explore every single opportunity on other platforms as well, such as LinkedIn, Google+ and other major platform.

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