Photograph by Sean Gallup Getty Images
By Jonathan Vanian
May 12, 2016

People in need of organizing their lives will soon have one less calendar app to choose from.

The team behind the popular Sunrise Calendar app, which is owned by Microsoft, said on Wednesday that it would shut down the service on August 31 and will no longer support the product. Additionally, Microsoft will remove the Sunrise app from app stores “in the next few days” and users will no longer be able to download it, the Sunrise team explained in a blog post.

The technology giant bought Sunrise last year, and pledged to support the product. Sunrise executives said at the time that the company was “not going anywhere, don’t worry!”

Over the past year, however, Microsoft (msft) has been merging some of Sunrise’s features into its own Outlook email service. In October, Microsoft said it planned to eventually shut down the app after all of its features were integrated with Outlook.

Get Data Sheet, Fortune’s technology newsletter.

The decision to shut down the app caused some Sunrise users to complain. Many Twitter (twtr) users to express their disappointment:

 

 

Many of Sunrise users liked the calendar app’s ability to work with business productivity features of different company’s products, like Google (goog) and business software company Asana.

For more about Microsoft, watch:

In April, Microsoft said it integrated some of Sunrise’s features into its Outlook app that made it possible for users to sync business meetings and tasks between Outlook and other services like Facebook (fb) and Evernote.

SPONSORED FINANCIAL CONTENT

You May Like

EDIT POST