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Snapjoy closes following Dropbox acquisition

Written by James Delahunty @ 25 Jun 2013 1:41

Snapjoy closes following Dropbox acquisition Photo-sharing service Snapjoy has announced it is shutting down only six months after the service was bought by cloud storage service Dropbox.
In a blog post on Saturday, the Snapjoy team informed users that no more photos can now be uploaded to the service, and that the Snapjoy iPhone app is no longer available. Photos previously uploaded to the site will be available to download until July 24.

After July 24, all remaining data will be permanently deleted.

"After two years of building Snapjoy, the time has come for us to shut down the service," the post reads. "It's been a journey unlike anything we'd imagined, and we can't thank you enough for your support and input along the way."

Users can easily download all of their content by logging in and downloading it as a ZIP archive.

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