Posterous founder Sachin Agarwal thanks its members for the pie and waves goodbye.
"Our mission was to make it easier to share photos and connect with your social networks. Since joining Twitter almost one year ago, we’ve been able to continue that journey, building features to help you discover and share what’s happening in the world – on an even larger scale," Posterous stated in a blog post .
"On April 30th, we will turn off posterous.com and our mobile apps in order to focus 100 percent of our efforts on Twitter," Posterous continued. "This means that as of April 30, Posterous Spaces will no longer be available either to view or to edit."
If you don't want to lose your photos, videos, and documents uploaded to Posterous Spaces, you can download all of it by going through the following steps:
Alternately, services like WordPress and Squarespace offer importers that can move your content for you, should you decide to relocate.