Yahoo acquires to-do app Astrid

YahooYahoo Inc has acquired yet another app business, this time buying to-do app Astrid. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The Astrid app is available on Android phones, Android tablets, iPhone, iPad, and the web. It enables users to sync their lists across allastrid their devices with cloud backup.

Astrid will continue to work as is for the next 90 days, but will no longer be taking new premium subscriptions. In the announcement on the Astrid blog, Astrid founder and CEO Jon Paris said that Yahoo! will be administering refunds to eligible users who have paid for annual subscriptions, Power-Pack and Locale Plugins.

Astrid had raised $400K in seed finding in April 2012 from Google Ventures, Nexus Venture Partners, Jack Herrick and TMT Ventures.

In March Yahoo acquired mobile news aggregator Summly for around $30 million.

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