Internet search giant Google announced that it will be shutting down Google Buzz and focus instead on Google+, Google product vice president Bradley Horowitz said in a blog posting.
When Google Buzz was initially launched, Google Buzz was meant to be the search giant’s first venture into social networking. It's like a combination of Facebook and Twitter and encourage users to share status updates, photos and much more that could then be seen by friends in real time hοwеνеr, Buzz engineers failed tο properly account fοr users’ account privacy requirements.
Now with the launch of Google+, Buzz has completely vanished as Google+ is a complete Social networking tool that is designed in a way much better. Earlier this week, Google+ has 40 million users, and it seems now is the time to shut down Google Buzz.