Engadget post time: April 29, 2013 at 06:17AM
Just over a year ago Google snapped up a little social outfit called Meebo, quickly dismantling most of the firm’s services. The lone survivor? The Meebo Bar, an unobtrusive social toolbar that offers Facebook, Twitter and Google+ connectivity as well as minimal advertising. Nothing lasts forever though — Meebo has announced that the Meebo Bar will stop functioning on June 6th 2013. It’s a bit of a bummer for sites that employ the tool, but at least they won’t have to do anything to deactivate the service: Meebo says the code should become inert as soon as the service discontinues. The team says it plans to focus its efforts on Google+ Sign-In and Google+ plug-ins, which it sees as the best way to serve desktop and mobile publishers in the future.
Reference source: Engadget