Ditty to shutdown tomorrow, download your dittys says team Zya
Ditty is a popular music-based social networking application by Zya that came to life back in 2015. The service lets users convert text to short songs or music videos. But sadly, Zya has now decided to pull the plug on Ditty on October 15, i.e. tomorrow.
👋 We’re saying goodbye 👋
Ditty, the Ditty Alexa skill, DittyMoji – The President, and DittyMoji – Holidays will no longer function as of October 15, 2019.
Now is the time to save dittys you want to keep!
Thank you for joining us on this crazy music making journey!
Going by the announcement, Ditty, the Ditty Alexa skill, DittyMoji – The President, and DittyMoji – Holidays won’t be functional tomorrow onward. Meanwhile, here’s an image of the notification that Ditty users are getting to see:
While nothing much has been revealed about the root cause of termination, Zya is suggesting users to download/export their existing dittys before the service goes to sleep, as they won’t be accessible after that.
After we say goodbye and ditty shuts down, your personal dittys and the ditty social network will no longer be accessible. Before then, make sure to download your personal dittys and your favorites from the community
So those of you who don’t wish to loose their dittys, can stick to the following steps (shared by Zya) to keep them safe with you.
- Tap on the three dots menu that you can see on the right side below the ditty.
- Those of you on iOS devices, select “Save to camera roll,” and those of Android, tap on “Save to gallery”
- Once the ditty has been exported/downloaded, you can find it in the device’s media storage.
- You have to repeat this process to save all your dittys from the library orsocial network.
Act in time to download your stuff, as only few hours are left. RIP Ditty is all we can say!
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