Twitter says it is shutting down for good, Facebook says it’s shutting down too

Facebook’s network mapping app will shut down, Twitter announced on Wednesday.

“We’re shutting down Twitter today because we’re not going to be able to make this happen,” a spokesperson for the social network told The Verge.

Facebook’s social network will remain live, but will no longer offer video, audio, or photo sharing, according to a statement from the company.

“It’s been great to work with Twitter on this for a long time, and it’s always been our goal to give our users the best experience possible.

We’re sorry for the inconvenience this will cause,” the statement read.

“As a result, we’re shutting our apps down and are redirecting you to our new site, which you can access at:”

“We want to let you know that our services are still available, but we’re going to have to shut down Twitter this afternoon for the time being.”

The social network has been a popular way for users to connect with each other and share photos and videos with their friends.

Users who joined Facebook for a week or longer after its launch in 2012 will now be able watch the social networking app’s feed in a new tab, The Verge reported.

The app also will now show a notification when a user changes their status, or when a new tweet has been shared.

Twitter’s social media service will remain open for about 12 hours, according the company’s statement.

“Twitter has been an amazing partner for us, and we’re really sorry to see it go,” the spokesperson said.

“In the meantime, you can still follow us on Twitter and get the latest news and updates on the stories happening around the world, and you can also get all the content from Twitter’s team on your timeline.”