Empulsive is getting the axe from the App Store.
The company has announced the app will stop selling its apps on its website, and it will focus its efforts on building new products and services.
The move comes as Empulsity seeks to grow beyond its core social network of 5,000 members.
The company has been in a struggle for the past two years to find a publisher, and the last major app was released on April 15.
Empulsion is looking to be a part of a publishing platform that can reach a wider audience with a more focused product and a higher quality.
“Our team has been working tirelessly to build our own platform,” said Empersion CEO Nick Ewalt.
“It is something we have been working on for a number of months, and with the right funding we could finally make it a reality.”
Empulsion is not the only app to leave the App store.
Twitter has also pulled its app from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
Both companies have said they are going to continue to remove apps from the platform as part of their effort to make apps more secure.
Ewalt said the decision was a difficult one for the company.
“We had an amazing first year and it really didn’t matter if the app didn’t sell or if it didn’t gain any traction,” he said.
“There was no one to blame for it.
There were no hard feelings.
He added that Empulsters app was the best in the market. “
The App Store is where the fun and the innovation happens, so it really felt like a no-brainer to make it go.”
He added that Empulsters app was the best in the market.
“In terms of popularity and the amount of apps we had, it was the #1 app for a long time.
We had a lot of loyal customers and it just felt like it was really the right thing to do.”
Emporium, a social networking app that was recently bought by Facebook, is also expected to pull its app and focus on new products.
The social networking giant has not released any details about what new products it plans to release.