While Cinemagraph users are already preparing to switch over to using OneDrive to store their cinemagraphs in January, we now know when the Nokia Memories website will shut down. Nokia Memories will be discontinued on January 12, 2015. You will need to take steps in order to keep your posted cinemagraphs that are no longer stored on your device.
As previously reported, your cinemagraphs on Nokia Memories will be unavailable after the switch. Users will need to check the URLs on their creations in the Shared view in the Cinemagraph app. Open them on a PC, and download them as a GIF or video to save them. From January 12, you will be able to share your cinemagraphs on multiple social networks with the apps' upcoming sharing features.
Are you ready for the switch from Nokia Memories to OneDrive? Leave your thoughts in the comments.
Thanks to Aman for the tip!
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