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Deepblu app servers going offline



When the Deepblu app was launched, it was acclaimed as being for the ‘next generation of divers', but now, ten years on, its creators have announced they are shutting down its servers due to ‘lack of paid users'.

There are many dive apps out there, but when Deepblu launched, it was described as a ‘community designed for divers to share dive logs and a passion for the ocean'. The company even released a dive computer – the Cosmiq+ – as another means of promoting and pushing the app.

Now a message on the home page of the deepblu website states ‘thank you very much for your trust and support for the past ten years. With every new year, new users joining our community, we have more and more load on our servers.

‘At this moment, too few users are willing to pay for the subscription, the company can no longer afford the high server operating expenses.

‘After thorough consideration, the company will take the server offline, but it will not affect the independent use of the linked device, including brands like Suunto or Cosmiq.

‘It is strongly recommended that you back up your videos, pictures and other data as soon as possible.'

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Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editorial Director Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. nearly 40-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.
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