Over the last four years, along with a number of apps the social giant Facebook also acquired Moves, Hello and tbh. However, according to the Facebook now wants to delete these three apps due to the low audience’s presence on these apps. The company said that it would delete all of the user data within 90 days from these apps.
Regarding the fact, Facebook wrote in a blog that “shutting down these apps will allow it to better prioritize its resources. It’s only by trial and error that we’ll create great social experiences for people,”
Well, At the age of one in 2014 Facebook purchased Moves a stylish fitness tracking app launched in 2013. And Hello was an Android dialer that combined Facebook points of interest with contact information.
As the reason for shutting down these three apps, Facebook just not issued the lack of audience absence but the company also accused the lack of development of these trio apps. Neither these applications saw much change after dispatch and nor has been refreshed in more than a year. Unfortunately, Hello just appeared to make it four months previously being abandoned.
According to the TechCrunch, last year in October Facebook acquired tbh app for less than $100 million. However, tbh was an anonymous social media app that allowed high school students to send prewritten compliments to each other. And with this app, Facebook had a big dream to make a huge crowd between younger audiences and anonymity together. Though at the beginning tbh had a giant number of like 2.5 million daily active users but rather than rising the number of users it went down day after day, therefore, its mother company Facebook now has decided to shut its all programs.