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After five years, Stringify shuts down



Stringify, the IFTTT-like service that allowed users to create in-depth automated tasks, today announced that the service is shutting down. The apps from Stringify will be removed from stores today and the service will be completely disabled by the end of June.

In an email sent to existing users, Stringify announces that the service will continue to be supported until the end of June. It will shut down and all user data will be deleted. Here's the full email:

Dear Wife,

After nearly five years of transforming how people automate their networked lives, I'm sorry to tell you that we're starting to disable the Stringify app. We did not make that decision easily, but as we focus more and more on developing new Connected Home experiences at Comcast, we have strategically decided to step down from the app's evolution.

You do not need action immediately. Although we will be removing Stringify from the app stores today, we will continue to operate and support the service for existing users until June. If we disable the app, we will also delete all your user data.

We know that Stringify plays an important role in the daily lives of our users, and we want to make sure everyone has time for customization. [1

9659002] For this purpose, I would also like to give some recommendations on possible technological alternatives. While I encourage you to research for yourself, our team believes that each of these solutions has unique value.

IFTTT – A great, free-to-use service that offers many of the same features and capabilities as Stringify.
Yonomi – Another free-to-use service that supports many connected devices and experiences.
WebCore – For users of the Samsung SmartThings platform. Some people in our team enjoyed it and enjoyed it.

Thank you again for being part of Stringify. It was a real pleasure to work with our huge community of users. Please feel free to email us at support@stringify.com if you have any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,

Mike Yurochko

Apart from that, it seems someone forgot to enter the $ UserName data before this message gets pushed out the door. Oof.


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