Dropbox has acquired TapEngage, a company that enables advertisers and publishers to work together to create advertising that takes advantage of the power of tablets. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The acquisition was announced by founders Matt Holden and Sean Lynch on the TapEngage blog.
“We started TapEngage because we’re really excited about the potential for new mobile technologies to change the face of commerce and computing. As we built TapEngage, we were fortunate enough to collaborate with a wide set of partners doing amazing things in the industry, which further fueled our excitement. However, sometimes you find a company that is making such an incredible impact, you can’t help but want to join forces.
Today, we are thrilled to announce that TapEngage has been acquired by Dropbox. We’re still working with the Dropbox team to determine next steps for TapEngage, but we wanted to give our clients and partners the update. We owe a debt of gratitude to our partners, investors, and friends —we couldn’t have done it without your support!”
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