Just over a month ago, Revolv updated its website to announce that
it is closing down completely, pulling the plug on its existing
products in May. “We’re pouring all our energy into Works with
Nest and are incredibly excited about what we’re making,” wrote
Revolv founders Tim Enwall and Mike Soucie. “Unfortunately, that
means we can’t allocate resources to Revolv anymore and we have to
shut down the service.”
Shutting down Revolv does not mean that Nest is ceasing to
support its products, leaving them vulnerable to bugs and other
unpatched issues. It means that the $300 devices and accompanying
apps will stop working completely.
Seems like a good way to create angry former customers.