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  • http://www.miscken.com Ken Mayes

    So let me get this straight, you’re keeping Seesmic for Android but getting rid of all of the other Seesmic content delivery platforms.  That confuses and frustrates me, especially since I paid the $4.99 for an ad free version of Seesmic for iPhone.  I like Seesmic Ping and felt like Ping.fm was a great product just not very user friendly being browser based. Seesmic Ping has definitely delivers what Ping.fm didn’t do in a friendly way. I’ve always been a Seesmic fan and understand the market is tough one.  I think not having an aggregate for content is a mistake but keeping up with technology is time consuming and costly.  I wish you the best of luck.

    • http://www.cogonline.net Digital Jedi

      Where do they say they’re getting rid of all their other platforms?

      • Marland

        sunset …

  • Disappointed User

    Closing Seesmic Web before launching a Linux App is kind of …… I’m a big seesmic fan but this will force me to look around for something new. It’s a pity

  • http://www.squidoo.com/what-is-bluetooth-how-bluetooth-works-and-finding-great-product-reviews what is bluetooth

    Tumblr has a great interface. I think they have also been adding new themes to the mix. I am overwhelmed however with the amount of various platforms there are to choose from these days. 

  • http://www.hubmesh.com/ Jane

    Honestly i installed  Seesmic several weeks ago but i was easy with it at all and i think its not easy at all to work with this tool and i prefer to still stay on the free web tool that you offer in the site. 

  • http://hashmonean.com saus

    Upsetting. I tried that ping thing, it’s like taking 25 steps back from the excellent desktop, and even Iphone app. I wish seesmic well, but I suspect that like myself many others will be moving to other software providers for twitter use :/

  • http://twitter.com/YashimaTakeshi Takeshi Yashima

    wow this is very exciting…

  • http://twitter.com/Doctor_Who Rod Falanga

    I’m sorry to hear that you’ll be sunsetting Seesmic Desktop 2.  It was a fantastic app, and helped me do what I do with Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.  Nothing else out there was like it.  I’ve tried Seesmic Ping, but just don’t see how I can use it to read my Twitter timeline or any Twitter mentions of me.  Oh well, I guess you’ve got to do what you feel you’ve got to do.

  • Anonymous

    Very disappointed. The desktop app was the only one I could use for Twitter, because it’s the only one my aging eyes could actually read. And I’m not the only one. It is essentially forcing some of us off Twitter.  I’d have paid for it, and I bet others would have as well.  Very disappointed indeed.

  • Anthonyhill29

    Very bad form – even worse is the fact that Seesmic just blatantly ignores support requests and doesn’t even acknowledge people on twitter – honestly, you guys should take a leaf out of customer centric customers like Zynga, Hootsuite or Yoono – then take a look at yourselves – shameful.

  • http://www.Flickr.com/photos/richtpt Richtpt

    I LOVE Seesmic Desktop 2!!  It’s on one of my monitors all of the time, I use it to keep track of Twitter, Facebook, and others.  Such an awesome product and I would gladly pay for it!  Over the last year I’ve seen Seesmic as a company respond less and less to help requests, almost no response to tweets, support has really gone down.  Now I know why – they are getting rid of the product I was asking about!  This really has me mad!  No other twitter/fb product allowed me to do what SD2 did!  Thanks for nothing!!  I think I’ll be uninstalling Seesmic on my android phone too, just really don’t want to support a company that doesn’t care about their users.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1009887410 Michael Atkins

    I have trouble even differentiating which products are being supported, and which ones aren’t. I use “Seesmic Ping Version 1.0.2-b018on” on my MacBook Pro. 

    It’s been having problems lately, and I rely on it for work. My support tickets are being ignored, so I was directed to this blog. I can’t even tell if this initiative effects me, or if it’s for some other reason that my tickets are being ignored.