Two years after the disclosure, a report confirmed that Facebook intends to close its application Bonfire, a copy of the application, famous “HouseParty”, which was revealed in July 2017, an application that helps users to make collective life videos easily.
According to the Verge, it is expected to stop working sometime this month.
The application began testing in Denmark in autumn 2017 but never came to the United States.
Facebook said in a statement: “In May we will end the Bonfire testing support, and will integrate elements of what we have learned into existing and future products.
“The report revealed that this move came from Facebook, it was somehow tense about the success of early implementation with younger users, especially when the application was a clone of the HouseParty owned by Life on Air, after Facebook presented to Its employees to imitate its advantages.