Rummble, the service that lets you find people and places nearby you love, has released version 1.0 of Rummble for Android. The launch brings Rummbles personalised, real-time recommendations platform to users who dont own an iPhone for the first time.
Rummble notes that most services re-publish directories containing the same bars, restaurants and hotels, whereas Rummble is designed to help users create and share the long tail of local content in the physical world. That could be a museum, a favourite park bench, salon, dog walk, public art or hiking spot. Rummble empowers people to become an influencer among their own social circle. Anyone using Rummble can, rate, share and review any location, and with Rummbles patent pending technology, the service delivers personalised results to users, learning their tastes as they go.
The first beta version of Rummble for Android enables users to find personalised recommendations nearby, quickly and easily; check-in to any venue in the world and notify their group of friends in real-time; see how buzzing a venue is and view the Tweets coming from that actual place; and connect Rummble to Facebook, Twitter, Bebo and Linked In
Android phones are going to be a serious force in the market, as one of the most advanced mobile operating systems it was an obvious next step for Rummble says Rummble CEO, Andrew J. Scott. Its very much a version 1 and still has a few bugs, but we think Android owners are going to love it.