Yahoo takes social video service on Qwiki




Yahoo takes social video service on Qwiki

Yahoo has announced that it has acquired. The startup Qwiki Qwiki provides a video service where users can customize their videos with color filters, and then share the videos.

The acquisition of Yahoo Qwiki was published on his blog, where no further details given suspicions about the financial terms of the deal. It is known that the development team behind the Qwiki app will move to New York, there to work. At an office of Yahoo

Qwiki provides a video service that allows users to share videos. With others It is also possible to make images, wherein the Qwiki software for transitions provides a video. In addition, users can set up their own music under the video. According to the Yahoo app available after the acquisition is completed. Qwiki is currently only available for iOS.

It is likely that the video service Yahoo wants to do with social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, recently a private service came to share short videos. Furthermore Yahoo for some time engaged in a major reorganization: thereby be led by the new CEO Marissa Mayer old software services and job cuts. In addition, Yahoo took in a short time a number of companies, including the popular blog site Tumblr .

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