Yahoo Acquires Photo App Start-up Cooliris

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Photo sharing over the social networking sites and photo-centric sites like Flickr have become extremely popular and most of the users take and share their photos from a smartphone.

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However, if you want to check out all the pictures that you have shared over different social platform, that could be an irritating process. One of the apps, that brings all these pictures shared over different platforms under one place is the app called Cooliris.

Yahoo Acquires Photo App Start-up Cooliris

Now, the software giant Yahoo has announced that it has acquired Cooliris. It should be noted that Cooliris will continue to work on enhanced photo experiences as a part of Yahoo. Cooliris is passionate about creating fast, fluid mobile experiences for content and communication - as exemplified by our newest product, BeamIt.

Cooliris that recently launched BeamIt for iOS is still available for free for iOS and Android devices and the announcement doesn't state whether or not there will be any changes to the app availability.

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According to Techcrunch, Cooliris created a platform for mobile advertisements called Adjitsu that the company sold to Singtel's Amobee division last year.

Cooliris allows users to browse photos from across services like Facebook, Dropbox and Flickr as the company shifter focus to a mobile app.

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