虽然这个概念在墨西哥和菲律宾等国很受欢迎，但是在美国市场却反响平平。据统计，自今年1月推出以来，该应用程序甚至还没有进入App Store中财务类别的前1500名。 在iOS和Android上的总安装量也只有约37,000次。
A few months after its launch, Yahoo announced it is shutting down Tanda for Yahoo Finance, an app that allowed small groups of people to save money together for short-term goals.
As TechCrunch explained, the app used the concept of a “money pool” that allowed a group of friends to pay a set amount to a saving pot monthly, and every month someone takes the pot home. Tanda, however, wasn’t a gambling app, so friends did not take turns winning the pot. Instead, each user simply took turns claiming it, with the social element helping friends stay on track with their savings goals.
While the concept is popular in countries like Mexico and the Philippines, it failed to catch on in the United States. In fact, the app — which launched in January — didn’t even make it into the top 1,500 in the Finance category on the App Store. It had been installed around 37,000 times to date across both iOS and Android.