When you get stuck with news about launching new devices and launching new services every day, it’s a little strange to hear how some platform or application runs. But at the beginning of July from Facebook, one such news came to us.
Facebook has announced that it plans to shut down three mobile applications that you’ve probably never heard of. The first of them is “tbh”, otherwise intended for teenagers’ polling, and their last days were the Hello applications, which were used to show the number of callers, as well as fitness trackers Moves.
In addition to extending these applications, Facebook has confirmed that it will delete all of its user data within 90 days, although it is expected that apps will stop working on their phone and before the expiration of that deadline.