As announced again in October ultimate 12 months, dawn’s popular calendar app is being discontinued. sold by Microsoft in early 2015, the sunrise crew has been operating with the Outlook crew ever considering that to help integrate its capabilities into Microsoft’s e mail carrier.
The dawn made the statement in a blog put up on Wednesday, pointing out the app will disappear from app shops in the following couple of days, and that the app can be officially close down on August 31. The app will stop working altogether, the company added.
Explaining the choice in the post, the crew stated, “The whole dawn group is now operating aspect-by using-aspect with the Outlook group and it’s a thrilling second for us to work on an app of this scale. lamentably, as all good tales move, there is a sad bit to it: we are not capable of support and update sunrise anymore. No new capabilities. No worm fixes. For us, it’s the definition of a awful app and it’s not a person enjoy we want to go away you with.”
The group went on to mention it was working on the further integrations of sunrise capabilities into Outlook, functions now long promised including the exciting Calendar and related Apps. To recall, the sunrise group was credited for bringing Evernote, facebook, and Wunderlist calendar integrations to Outlook in April this year.
Microsoft started its revamp of its Outlook mail app in past due 2014, when it bought Acompli and essentially delivered an Outlook-branded model of the app out within more than one months.