15 Apr '13, 6am

CloudyRec, a mobile backend-as-a-service, will be shutting down

This is Aung from CloudyRec, our cross-platform mobile backend-as-a-service (MBaaS). I’m really sorry to announce today that, with effect from 30th April 2013, we’ll be shutting down our CloudyRec platform and services due to a number of commercial and strategic reasons. We’d like to suggest you to back up and retrieve your apps’ data using our data browser functionality. If you need any assistance with migration to other MBaaS platforms or backing up your data, you can always reach out to me through [email protected], any time. Just a bit of history. We’re an interactive digital media company based in Singapore and started working on CloudyRec back in 2011 for our internal projects. Along the way we thought this platform could be useful for other devs as well. And so we released CloudyRec open-beta to public in late 2011. We were selected to launch during the firstev...

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