I’d would like to inform you about an upcoming change to the Airlist. Starting July 1, 2023, the Airlist web app will be deprecated and no longer supported. I understand that this may cause some inconvenience, but I believe this decision is necessary to ensure the continued improvement of Airlist.
Why is this happening?
Airlist is now on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. For a single developer maintaining the web app has been slowing down development. By focusing exclusively on one platform’s technologies (Apple’s in this case), I’ll be able to deliver a more streamlined, reliable, and faster user experience.
I recognize that having access to Airlist on the web has been a valuable feature, especially for Windows and Linux users. However, the advantages of concentrating on a single platform will ultimately allow me to provide a better product and support.
If you are currently using the web app, I encourage you to download Airlist on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac device.
In the web app you can export your data by clicking on the “gear” in the top right, then “Export/Import Data”. From there you can export as HTML, OPML, or Markdown.
In the iOS apps, an export option will be added in the next update.
If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate to reach out to at [email protected].