Posterous, the blogging platform acquired by Twitter early last year, announced Friday that it will be shutting down its services in April. Simple sharing service Posterous is shedding its blog origins in favor of becoming a full-featured social network.
Posterous is launching new iPhone and Android apps Wednesday that fully integrate its new group feature, which turns e-mail lists into groups.
Posterous co-founder Garry Tan has bid adieu to his startup and is heading to Y Combinator, where he will serve as designer-in-residence. Posterous has introduced a sweet new feature -- photo slideshows -- for sites, posts and groups; this feature really brings photos to life.
Posterous is today launching a new Groups feature that channels the startup's early days as an e-mail-centric service. Posterous has been around since 2006, but the super-simple blogging platform is still relatively unknown when compared to blog giants like WordPress and Tumblr.

Posterous is in the midst of an aggressive 15-day campaign to get users of other services such as Tumblr and Ning to switch to its blogging platform. Posterous -- the e-mail-to-blog-to-everywhere platform -- has just introduced a new feature that will let users schedule posts to be published in the future via e-mail, web or bookmarklet. Each Friday we choose a Lunchtime Poll topic to get a sense of how Mashable readers feel about the chosen topic of the week. Posterous has long supported group blogging functionality, which is 100 percent manageable via a clever and simple method: e-mail. If you've played along in our Lunchtime Poll series thus far, you'll know we throw out a typically open-ended poll question and let you lovely readers have at it in the comments. It is based in San Francisco and was acquired by Twitter on March 12, 2012Updating to Posterous is similar to other blogging platforms. Posterous Groups aims to give everyday web users the ability to turn e-mail lists into groups.

Most notably, the application now includes Posterous support, mentions and translated versions available in Japanese, German and Portuguese. Last time we asked about your favorite video sharing sites -- be sure to check out the results of Mashable readers' video sharing favorites to get caught up.
Many social media pundits consider Posterous to be the leading free application for lifestreaming.

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