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Microsoft Replaces Wunderlist With New To Do App—Days After Its Founder Offered to Buy It Back

Date published: 2019-09-10
Originally published: Here. Excerpt below.

Wunderlist's sunsetting is hardly the first time a giant tech company has purchased a smaller company, stripped it for parts, or just decided to simply shut it down.
Facebook purchased tbh, an anonymous feedback app popular among teens, last October. While the founders are now Facebook employees, Facebook said in July it would shut down the app.
Slack bought Astro last September and shut down its email app, which included a built-in smart assistant. Slack has, of course, cemented its position as an email-killing communication platform.
Like Microsoft, there's a long list of examples to draw from at Apple. The company famously acquired Beats Music and then shut down the streaming service in 2015 as it prepared to launch Apple Music.
While it's a sad day for Reber, the Wunderlist founder, he tweeted that he has "nothing but gratitude" for Microsoft and called selling to them "definitely the best thing that ever happened to us."
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