- Pay-by-the-minute fitness app Popin has shut down, according to emails sent out to its users.
- The company offered no reason as to why it was shuttering its operations in the email.
- Popin did not respond immediately to a request for comment.
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Popin, a pay-by-the-minute fitness app that aimed to connect users to different boutique gyms around New York City, appears to have shuttered its operations amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The company offered little reason for its closure in an email sent out to its customers, saying only that the app would no longer be available.
“Effective immediately, Popin is shutting down. You can no longer use the mobile app for access to our former gym partners. We thank you for your support, and best wishes going forward,” the company told its users in an email.
Popin did not immediately respond to a request