Facebook is Shutting Down Hello, tbh, and Moves Apps

Facebook is Shutting Down Hello, tbh, and Moves Apps

Facebook is Shutting Down Hello, tbh, and Moves Apps

User data associated with the apps will be deleted within 90 days, the social network said in announcing the closures.

Facebook announced this week that it is shutting down three apps: Hello, tbh, and Moves. Another Facebook acquisition, Moves has been under Facebook control since 2014, but there are plenty of other apps that do similar things now - including Google Fit which is bundled with most Android phones - and it's safe to say that Facebook hasn't been putting much of its full marketing grunt behind it.

Hello was launched in 2015 for Android users in Brazil, the United States and Nigeria.

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Facebook acquired tbh in 2017. We will be deprecating Hello in a few weeks.

Facebook is also shutting down Moves at the end of the month, Moves being a fitness app the company bought in 2014 that records all of your daily activity like walking, cycling and running. "We regularly review our apps to assess which ones people value most", the company wrote in a blog post that managed the rare feat of combining a pun headline with bad news. Moves will shutdown on July 31st.

Let us know in the comments whether you're still using these services, or whether you've even heard of them before! The reason for closing all three apps was "low usage". But we need to prioritize our work so we don't spread ourselves too thin.

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Moves, which Facebook bought in 2014, was an activity app for "fitness tracking without gadgets", instead monitoring walking, cycling and running using sensors and Global Positioning System data from your phone.

Tbh, an acronym for "to be honest", was aimed at American high school and college students, and described itself as "the only anonymous app with positive vibes".

It was an interesting premise, but Facebook hasn't updated the app since 2015, so it was clearly on borrowed time. "And it's only by trial and error that we'll create great social experiences for people", the social networking and advertising giant said in its announcement.

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