FourFour two, one of the most popular Android apps, is going away.
The app, which has been around for five years, has had its share of controversies and problems.
It was launched in October 2015 with the tagline “The most advanced messaging app ever”.
Now, the app has been removed.
The app was launched as part of a $2.2 million (£1.8 million) Kickstarter campaign in September.
Its main features included video calling, SMS and video messaging, among others.
But the app was also plagued by security issues, including the lack of a login and a number of glitches that saw the app banned in countries including the US, Canada, the UK, Japan, Brazil and Indonesia.
The company has since launched a new version of the app, called Android Messages, which features a new login system and is more secure.
The four major issues are: 1) no password verification; 2) lack of email notification; 3) no support for the iPhone 4S; and 4) no emoji support.
But with the app’s disappearance, the news of the demise of the fourth-generation version has only spread.
The FourFour team says that the app is no longer supported by Google.
“It’s not a result of any issues that have arisen from its being on sale for so long,” the company wrote on its Facebook page.
“Rather, it’s simply a matter of logistics.”
“We’ve made a huge effort to make Android Messages as easy to use and fun to use as possible, so we’ve decided to stop supporting it in a big way.”
We want you to enjoy this app.
It’s a huge success, and it’s one of our favourite apps.
So, we’re sorry we won’t be making it available again.
“Android Messages is not the only app that has seen its version number reduced.
The Android Police blog posted a list of other apps that have been dropped from the Play Store.
Among them were the app IAmA, a chat app that had been downloaded more than 1.5 million times and was featured in the Google Play reviews.