Social networking might not have been a good deal for Apple in Ping and it may drop down the service.
Despite its powerful handset, it was never enough to be able to create a strong word-of-mouth with anyone beyond the industry for Ping, though Apple has persistently dealt with it for almost two years. Based on iTunes, Ping is also a social network. Consequently, Apple is already on the verge of putting an end to its two-year old social network thanks to a report provided by AllThingsD.
When Apple first launched the service, it immediately became famous for allegedly housing spammers, and some ardent filtering gave the impression that homosexuality was unwelcome there. Ping was already covered in the past, but sad to say it was hardly in a good way.
Eventually, the service gave way on a fast update considering the failure it received during its launch. However, it was still never enough as users complained that Ping was not as social as they want it to be, and does not give them the option to share things across other web sites like Facebook, which is the world’s largest social network.
Ping will no longer be welcome in Apple’s next major iTunes software release, as reported by AllThingsD sources. This is a step to provide comfortable arrangements with Twitter and Facebook.
Apple’s comment on the report has yet to arrive.