Dropbox acquires digital content sharing platform Droptalk


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Cloud storage and syncing service Dropbox has acquired digital content sharing startup Droptalk. Without disclosing much of the deal-terms, the company has provided that they have stopped accepting any new signups for its service. Moreover, the team at Droptalk will join Dropbox.

“We are thrilled to announce that today Droptalk will be joining Dropbox, announced the company. “As part of our transition to Dropbox, we are stopping taking new signups immediately… Our team will be joining Dropbox today. We are thrilled that we can partner with Dropbox and work together to make life simpler for millions of people around the world. Go Dropbox!”

Founded around an year ago, Droptalk worked on the idea of providing a simple way to “put content into conversations.”

The startup provided a platform using which users can share web pages and youtube videos with others – in just a few clicks – using its desktop chat-plugin, or a mobile app. All a user was required to do is paste the link of the webpage into a message box and send it across.

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