This has been a difficult decision for us. So many people loved Undrip. More than 100,000 items have been shared from within Undrip. People loved our easter eggs. Millions of social media posts are processed and run through our algorithms every single day. Thousands login every day to discover new and interesting content. The feedback has always been positive and the reviews in the app store have been warm. A lot of people really liked what we were doing. But the product didn't appeal to a wide enough audience to merit our full-time focus.
We want to do the right thing to make users' data available to them in a consumable form. All of the drips, comments, and likes you made with your account are available to download in a JSON formatted file by going to:
We've had so much fun building Undrip. We fundraised with a a rap video (and performed it live). We launched at TC Disrupt. We raised thousands of dollars for Sandy small businesses with our "Lucky Ones" campaign (and got press all over the place).
We received funding from investors about a year ago. We still have gas left in the tank. We're excited to tell you about our new product soon. It's a bigger, crazier, more ambitious project. We're going after a market that has seen very little innovation in 30 years. It's entrenched with legacy technology and habits that'll be hard to shift. But we're up for the challenge. We aren't going anywhere. Stay tuned.