Sunday, February 26, 2017

Of course Google is killing off Spaces, its oddball messaging app

Google is shutting down Spaces, a group messaging tool that allowed you to post links, YouTube videos, photos and text in a shared environment and discuss them with friends. The app was launched last May, along with mobile apps and a Chrome extension – but we didn’t hear much from Google about it after that. I thought it’d be shut down eventually, but then the company went and acquired knowledge sharing app Kifi in July 2016, and even folded it into the Spaces team. Looks like that didn’t help stave off its demise. Why didn’t Spaces gather momentum? I wager…

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