Sparrow, the elegant, delightful Gmail -- and general mail -- created for the Mac and brought over to the iPhone, has announced they've been acquired by Google. Sparrow CEO Dom Leca announced the deal on the Sparrow blog, saying in part: Now we're joining the Gmail team to accomplish a bigger vision — one that we think we can better achieve with Google. And in a more personal email sent out to users: We will continue to make available our existing products, and we will provide support and critical updates to our users.
Google has acquired Sparrow, a startup that provides an iOS and Mac mail client of the same name. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Sparrow’s team will be working with Google‘s Gmail group. Sparrow announced the deal on the Web.... Read Post
Google just acquired Sparrow, the company behind the popular iOS and OS X email client. The company's team, says Sparrow CEO Dom Leca, will be joining Google's Gmail team "to accomplish a bigger vision - one that we think we can bet... Read Post