Twitterfeed Is Shutting Down It's Services On October 31
Twitterfeed is the most popular social utility which allows publishers to automatically publish their content through the means of RSS feed to leading platforms such as Twitter and Facebook for free.
Twitterfeed has now announced that it would be shutting down it's operations on October 31.
The news comes after there was an outage in the Twitterfeed facility for four days earlier this month. Informing it's users of the same, Mario, the founder of Twitterfeed wrote the following in a mail:
We're writing to let you know that Twitterfeed will be shutting its doors on October 31st, 2016. It's been one heck of a run and we can't thank you enough for your loyal usage and support over the years.
If you're looking for a service similar to Twitterfeed to continue using in our absence, we recommend checking out the good folks at Buffer (https://buffer.com) or Dlvr.it (https://dlvr.it)
Thanks again for all the feeds!
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Our blog did use the facilities of the same for some time and we can assure you that Twitterfeed never disappointed us. Adios Twitterfeed!
Twitterfeed Is Shutting Down It's Services On October 31 Reviewed by Krittin Kalra on 10/21/2016 10:00:00 pm
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