Deepblu, the creators of the renowned ‘social media platform for diving enthusiasts,’ recently disclosed plans to temporarily deactivate its dive log and media sharing servers. This decision stems from insufficient subscriptions to its service.
While the functionality of connected dive computers will remain unaffected, users of the platform are advised to safeguard their server-based data by creating backups.
Thank you very much for your trust and support for the past 10 years. With every 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 subcription, 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 Sunnto or Cosmig. It is strongly recommended that you back up your videos, pictures and other data as soon as possible. Thank you for your support again. If you’d like to support Deepblu Community by paying subscription fee or give other form of support. Please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.We apologise for any inconvenience this may occur to you.
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