Financial terms of the deal to buy
The Days app, launched in March of last year, lets people weave images captured at various moments into "visual diaries" of any given days in their lives.
The Wander team will go to work in
"The Days app will live on as a standalone entity, and we'll also be working on some exciting new projects that we can't talk about just yet," the startup said in a blog post announcing the acquisition.
She has made a priority of tailoring products and services for smartphones and tablets with an aim at becoming part of people's daily habits in the mobile age.
Mayer said that she is "happy" with its deal to let
She sees opportunity in tapping into the power of mobile devices to tune search results that take into account where people are, what they may be doing and their habits.
"We are long on search; it should be no surprise," Mayer said. "There is a lot we can offer in the search space beyond core search."
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