Klisto Services To Be Discontinued

Due to a lack of demand, our Klisto® web-based services, including cloud syncing and access to Klisto.com, will be discontinued and will go offline on Monday October 20th at 11:59 PM EDT. We are sending this notice so that customers have adequate time to export their data. After this date you will not be able to access data via Klisto.com or sync your Klisto mobile app with our cloud services. You *will* still be able to use the Klisto iOS app to store data locally on your mobile device. Customers who purchased the Klisto iOS app will still be able to install it via iTunes.

During the next 60 days, all users with current subscriptions, or who purchased the app or a monthly subscription within the past 6 months, will be provided with access to Klisto services without the need to renew their monthly subscription. Effective immediately, the Klisto iOS app and in-app-purchase subscriptions will no longer be available for purchase.

Instructions for exporting your data are available on our blog home page at https://smallmobile.infogenium.com/ .

We apologize to our loyal customers. Our internet services did not meet the level of demand required for a sustainable business. Over the next few weeks we will be considering what to do next, including the possibility of a simplified mobile-only product offering. Please feel free to contact us at this email address if you have any questions.

Regards,
The Klisto Support Team

Email: support @ infogenium .com

Exporting your Klisto data

Your Klisto data can be exported by using the Export List feature at http://www.klisto.com .  On the Klisto home page, you’ll see the My Lists table with all your lists.  Click on a list to view the data.  Once there you can click the Export List button to download your data in CSV format.  The file format is UTF-8 encoded with a comma delimiter and double-quote text qualifier.

Export Lists Button

 

To export images associated with your data, you’ll need to connect your mobile device to your desktop or laptop.

  • Connect your phone to your PC or Mac that has iTunes installed
  • In iTunes, go to iPhone > Apps > File Sharing
  • Under File Sharing, select Klisto, then select the username_files folder
  • Click Save To, and save the folder to a local directory

iTunes File Sharing 3

 

 

File names will be in a format such as 0D5C0414-F2E7-4BCE-B1C1-3A1024F0A1BA_Photo-20140510-111923.jpg. The end part of the file name (Photo-20140510-111923.jpg) will match with your data records.

PhotoData

 

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