The start-up announced the news on its website and also emailed users to explain its decision.
“Catch has made the difficult decision to take the company in a different direction,” reads the message on the company’s homepage.
“As such, we will be terminating service next month. We value our users and have greatly enjoyed providing Catch to millions of people over the last several years, but it is time for us to move on.”
The good news in all of this is that Catch users will be able to retrieve their data by using the export tool available on Catch.com. Data can be archived into CSV or ZIP files and can be imported to other note-taking services like OneNote, Springpad or SimpleNote.
Catch’s announcement certainly comes as a surprise, not least because of the timing.
The firm only last month announced Catch Team, a business-level collaboration service, while its successful Android app has been downloaded as many as 10 million times, according to data from Google Play.