Catch Up on Everything with BuzzFeed News

BuzzFeed is synonymous with news that isn't really news, but that doesn't mean they don't have a huge audience. There are still millions that go to their website to stay up to date on all the happenings in the world. Recently, the company launched their own Android app that allows users to keep up with the latest news, whether that is from a tweet, a Vine or a simple news article on BuzzFeed's website. They will be sure to keep you up-to-date with what's going on around the world. All of the content here is hand-picked by their editors.

With the BuzzFeed News app, the company touts that they make the news easy to follow. They also tout that news is easy to understand with their app. Saying that "Our editors know that when something happens, the who, why, when and how mater just as much as the what." And that they make sure all the context and background of major news stories are covered as they are happening. To make sure you get the entire story. BuzzFeed News also has the news separated into categories. Like Technology, Politics, Entertainment and many others. This way you can keep up on just the topics you wish to do so, and cut all the other fluff out of the way.

Inside the app, BuzzFeed News has made it easy to share things straight from the app. Of course, using the built-in Android sharing menu, it makes things quick and easy. And allow you to share to anywhere, including email, Hangouts, Twitter, and just about any other app you may have on your smartphone. BuzzFeed News is compatible with Android 4.0 and up, and is also compatible with Tablets. So you can indeed enjoy BuzzFeed on your tablet, with ease. Recently, BuzzFeed added a way to catch up on all the news you may have missed from the last time you opened the app. Just double tap the "Catch Up" heading and you'll jump to the top of the news. The BuzzFeed News app is available on the Google Play Store now for free, and does not include any in-app purchases.

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