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This article was published on July 10, 2014


WhoSay’s social publishing tool for celebrities now has an Android app for fans

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Almost a year after celebrity social media publishing platform WhoSay released an iOS app aimed at connecting fans with its celeb users, it’s now rolled out an Android incarnation too.

The WhoSay app and accompanying website give fans a customizable, digital entertainment magazine that pulls together celebrities’ real-time social content with richer editorial about their work and passions. On the other end, the WhoSay app for famous folks (WhoSay Talent) allows its celebrity members to reach their fans directly through WhoSay as well as through their social channels. It’s kind of like Twitter-meets-HootSuite-meets-WordPress.

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WhoSay has been gathering some big-name users, including Eva Longoria, Novak Djokovic, Tom Hanks, Sofia Vergara and CeeLo Green. And now they can connect with their Android-using followers too.

WhoSay | Google Play