Latest News on KinectShare

Starting today July 28, 2017, we will no longer offer the Kinectshare service, which let fans share pictures and videos from certain Kinect titles on Xbox 360 including Kinect Disneyland Adventures, Kinect Joyride, Kinect Adventures, Kinect Rush, Kinect Fun Labs, Kinect Sports, Kinect Sports: Season Two and Dance Central 2.  We are discontinuing support for and and are taking those sites offline. Pictures and videos that were previously shared on these sites will no longer be accessible.

We thank you for using the Kinectshare service and we will continue to support Kinect on for Xbox One, which lets you command your Xbox and TV with your voice, make Skype calls in HD, and play games where you are the controller.


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  1. And Xbox One Kinect failed at first because they were all in every Xbox one box to start. And that made it start off rough. Not giving people time to look into getting it. Y’all lost at the start of the gaming battle because of the kinect was just thrown in too soon for some people.

  2. Continuing to murder a great device with great potential one feature at a time just because you guys fucked up the messaging for it and fucked if you can be bothered to put in any effort after failing once. Microsoft in a nutshell.

  3. It was too hard to give warning about this before? Given people month or two to work on their achievement on affected games? Even week or two, but I guess that kind of customer service is not good. Yeah, better just be done with it as another “deal with it” in your face. Thank you for support, keep buying our stuff, we later tell you that we closed all services in last month.

  4. Gosh you guys suck at legacy devices. What’s the point of bringing the 2 generation-ago Xbox original game support to the Xbox One when the last generation is killed off? Are servers really that difficult to maintain? Facebook pages? Xbox Fitness, snap feature, OTA TV DVR (and that’s all on THIS generation!) and the hits just keep on coming. Terrific job MS.