About three years ago, we talked about the launch of the app. Momentsfrom Facebook, which brought up an interesting idea: make it easy to share photos of an event or between family members and friends through machine learning techniques and face recognition.
Unfortunately, from then on, other better solutions were emerging (ol, Google Photos) and Moments was left behind. Now, Facebook has officially announced its closure.
Crediting the decision to the low number of users (according to Sensor Tower, there were 80,000 app downloads in the last month, for example), Mark Zuckerberg's giant start the app shutdown on the day. 2/25; From now on, Moments can no longer be downloaded from app stores and new content can no longer be created on the platform.
Until May, users will be able to download photos saved in the app through this site or simply by exporting the images to their Facebook accounts or to their smartphones in the app itself.
Moments director Rushabh Doshi said CNET That Facebook will continue to offer ways for people to save their memories on their platform is just not clear yet.
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