Google’s Buzz kill completes shift to Google+

After announcing that Google+ has more than 40 million users, Google said that it’s shutting down its previous attempt at social networking, Google Buzz.

 

In a blog post last Friday, Google Vice President Bradley Horowitz, one of the Google+ leaders, said the company plans to shutter Buzz “in a few weeks.” He noted that Buzz users will be able to view the posts created on Buzz in their Google Profile, and download them using Google Takeout.

 

“Changing the world takes focus on the future, and honesty about the past,” Horowitz wrote. “We learned a lot from products like Buzz and are putting that learning to work every day in our vision for products like Google+. Our users expect great things from us; today’s announcements let us focus even more on giving them something truly awesome.”

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