Google acquires Twitter’s mobile app development platform Fabric
Google is all set to get a share in Twitter’s mobile application developer platform Fabric. It is another side of the news that no terms and conditions are announced yet by authorities.
It is a really important step that aims to give some breathing room for the social network after charting an independent path without a suitor.
It is not a sudden decision. From the last year Twitter was planning to sell the Twitter to other firms. These firms included Google am Parent Alphabet.
According to the blog spot by Team Fabrics,
“When we launched Fabric in 2014, our goal was to provide the best tools to help developers create amazing apps.”
Further the blog spot read,
“Today we enter the next chapter for Fabric and are pleased to announce that we’ve signed an agreement for Fabric to be acquired by Google and for our team to join Google’s Developer Products Group, working with the Firebase team.”
According to Firebase product manager of Google Francis Ma, “Buying Fabric will continue the great work that Twitter put into the platform. Our missions align closely: help developers build better apps and grow their business.”
One of the loved sites. This is just a really good news because it will bring positive change in Twitter.