Path, a previous Facebook rival, is closing down in October


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The previous Facebook rival is closing down next month.


Path will disappear.

The mobile social media, a previous rival of Facebook, on Monday stated it’ll be closing down over the next 2 months. StartingOct 1, you will not have the ability to download the app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play shop. Path will shut its service onOct 18, then customer support will close onNov 15.

“We started Path in 2010 as a small team of passionate and experienced designers and engineers,” the business composed in an article. “Along our journey we have laughed and cried with you, and learned valuable lessons. And it is now inevitable to wind down the service to prioritize our work to serve you with better products and services.”

Before the service shuts down, you can download a copy of your information from the business’s site. You can likewise get a refund by emailing the business at You can find out more here on how to browse this procedure.

Path’s concept of social networking was on a smaller sized scale than Facebook, and it was easier too. The app didn’t have brand name pages, groups or occasion invites. It restricted the variety of connections you might need to 150 so you might share individual minutes with enjoyed ones. The business was obtained by Daum Kakao, a South Korean messaging app maker, in 2015.

Path didn’t instantly react to an ask for remark.

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