Facebook Moments was first launched in 2015 to redesign images of you and your friends by uploading them all to the app, where the company's facial recognition software easily recognizes and shares with friends. Unfortunately, the app's development seems to have ended there, and today Facebook announced that it will be hooked on February 25th over CNET .
Moments was an interesting attempt to attract more users to Facebook, but the app did not really link these photos to Facebook and left it with user data used in a kind of no-manly Facebook figuring out who your friends are or when they're having their birthday, but Moments photos themselves are stuck in a weird bubble ̵
FaceBook app down the line now as Moments dies. According to Facebook, the reason for the shutdown is simply that not enough users are using the system. On the other hand, Facebook never seemed to have the priority of pushing users to it (for example, by adding new features)).
Facebook has developed a tool that allows users to save their photos from Moments by either creating a private album of images on their main Facebook account or reloading them to a device (ironically, the opposite of Moments is originally believed) ). Users have until May to download or transfer their images before they have finally disappeared.