Google on Friday announced that it has acquired Fly Labs, a video and print modifying association whose apartment of modifying applications had proven utterly popular, with 3 million downloads over a past year-and-a-half.
With a acquisition, a tech hulk will be leveraging Fly Labs’ Tempo, Fly, and Crop apps for Google Photos, nonetheless there will be no some-more updates in a 3 months a apartment of apps will sojourn available. Terms of a merger have nonetheless to be done available.
“We’re vehement to announce that Fly Labs has been acquired by Google!,” a association pronounced in a matter yesterday. “Our goal during Fly Labs has always been simple: to assistance people make a many of their photos and videos. We make video modifying apps since we trust that there’s no improved approach to stay connected with your memories than by enchanting with them creatively. In a final 18 months, a video modifying apps have been downloaded some-more than 3 million times in over 150 opposite countries. More than 20 million videos have been total with apps done by Fly Labs.”
Fly Labs total in a matter that all a apps will be 100 percent free, with no in-app purchases. As settled above, a apartment will sojourn accessible for a subsequent 3 months for download, though will no longer be updated. The apps will be pulled from a Apple App Store and Google Play Store after a three-month beauty period.
Since Google spun Photos off from a Plus service, a app has reached 100 million active users, who have total to upload over 50 billion photos and videos.