Twitter Acquires Summify iPhone Application

Summify, a service renowned for filtering the most relevant news from your Twitter feed, has been a favorite among iOS users for its ability to sift through social media noise. However, the company based in Vancouver announced on Thursday that it will be acquired by Twitter, leading to the discontinuation of its services.

According to a recent blog post by Summify, the transition into a Twitter entity began yesterday.

The Summify application has been pulled from the App Store, and the platform is no longer registering new users. Additionally, all profile and influence pages have been deactivated immediately.

While email summaries will still be sent out for a few more weeks, plans are in place to eventually phase out the entire service.

The Summify team is set to relocate from Canada to Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco. There, they will integrate with Twitter’s staff and continue their work, potentially incorporating Summify’s acclaimed curation capabilities into Twitter’s existing web and mobile applications.

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