Bump Technologies co-founder and chief David Lieb did not disclose terms of the deal bringing his team into the Google fold but leaving its popular Bump and Flock applications available to users.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to join Google,” Lieb said in a message at the Bump website.
“Bump and Flock will continue to work as they always have for now; stay tuned for future updates.”
The technology website AllThingsD reported the deal was worth between $30 million and $60 million.
The Bump application lets smartphone users easily share data by gently knocking knuckles while holding devices.
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