In a new move, Google has announced to shut down its goal sharing service Schemer. The service will last exist till February 7 and thereafter, users will no longer be able to use the service or download their schemes. To take out the presence of Schemer, the iOS app has already been taken out from Apple App Store though Android app is still available on Google Play Store.
Google introduced Schemer on December 9, 2011 as an invite-only service which let users to share and discover things to do. The service allow its users to share schemes with their friends about their favourite things to do and an option to add tag or location in the schemes also available within the service.
As Google is now set to remove Schemer, it is advisable to download the existing schemes from the service anytime until February 7. The search giant has also suggested the users to alternatively use the “Explore” section on Google Maps for Android and iOS to find interesting things to do or use Field Trip to uncover hidden or unique things in their city.