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App.net is shutting down on March 14, source code will be put on GitHub

App.net, caused quite a splash when it launched in 2012, with its ad-free, subscription-genereated revenue model causing waves in the industry, at a time when many were worried about Twitter's increasing reliance on advertising to make money. However, the founders announced today that the service will be shutting down on 14 March, with user signups suspended immediately.

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Follow Android Police (And Your Favorite Writers) On Facebook, Google+, Twitter, And Now App.Net!

Man, there are a ton of social networks out there. It is friggin' hard to keep up with them. Obviously your first priority when you sign up for a new a service will be "Where can I get my Android Police fix?" Thankfully, we've put together a list of all the ways you can follow Android Police and our stable of writers and contributors all in one place. You are welcome, internet.

We're also going to start posting to App.net and see how that goes for a while. Do you use ADN? Hit us up over there!

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