Dropbox buys photo management service shortly after release own photo app




Dropbox has the photo management service Loom acquired. In addition, the webopslagdienst also purchased Hackpad, a service that allows online editing and sharing documents. There are no details about how much the webopslagdienst pay for the companies.

With the acquisition of Loom, a competitor of photo services Everpix and Apple’s Photostream, Dropbox has a business at home trying to organize. photographs from online and offline sources The service also can automatically sync photos via WiFi or mobile data connection. The knowledge of the team behind Loom seems to be developing. Been recently released fotobeheerapp Carousel also useful for Dropbox Loom itself is going to close its doors and migrate users to Carousel. How Dropbox paid Loom, is unclear.

Dropbox has also Hackpad taken . The service is similar to Google Docs, documents or plain text files can be edited and shared online. The service continues according to its creators as yet in the air.

Dropbox has not made clear what it intends to Hackpad, but the cloud storage service seems with numerous acquisitions are increasingly on the way to further build out. Its offerings So Dropbox also recently swallowed up the companies behind the business chat tool Zulip and e-book reader Read Mill and webopslagdienst introduced an Android version of Mailbox.


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