Dear Cascaad users,
First of all, we would like to thank you for your continued support since we launched Cascaad reader back in January 2010 and for following the Cascaad blog. As the title of this blog post explains, we are announcing the end of service of Cascaad Reader, which will take place on the 31st of January 2012.
Why is this?
As you might know, nearly a year ago the Cascaad team embarked in a new and exciting project named CircleMe: A platform that allows you to track, engage and share all your true likes. As this project became more successful, it is consuming all of our resources. Therefore, we are not able to maintain a level of service up to the standard that our users deserve.
What does end of service means?
What it means is that we will be shutting down our servers indefinitely, so Cascaad Reader will no longer be usable. This will affect both versions of Cascaad Reader (Web and iPhone). This will also affect Cascaad Reader’s sister service Splice.
Is this the end for the Cascaad team?
Not at all! The Cascaad team is working hard on CircleMe and we have achieved a remarkable success since our closed beta was launched. We have learned a lot from Cascaad Reader thanks to your support and we are looking forward to you trying CircleMe out!
How can I try CircleMe?
As a Cascaad user you received direct access to the CircleMe private beta. You can create your account here: http://www.circleme.com/users/signup (you will need to use the same email address you used for Cascaad Reader). If you would like to find out more about CircleMe you can watch this short video below:
Once again, many thanks for your continued support and we hope you embark with us on this exciting project that is CircleMe
The CircleMe Team