Thursday, 17 May 2012 06:01

Roamz reaches Android

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Popular Australian iPhone app is now available for Android too.

Roamz is a location-based app that assembles relevant content from services including Foursquare, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, as well as material posted by other Roamz users.

Roamz Android

Roamz 2.0 for iOS was released in March, and has already been downloaded more than 120,000 times. The company has now released an Android version.

"We are thrilled to be able to welcome the Android community to Roamz," said founder and CEO Jonathan Barouch. "We have created a unique product that gives people real-time, local insight into what is going on around them and we think that Android users will love it."

According to Roamz officials, the advantage of the company's approach is that by assembling information from major social platforms it does not require a large number of users in an area before it becomes useful.

The free app is available via Google Play.

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