eBay Acquires Mobile App Developer - Critical Path Software
By: Richard Brewer-Hay
It is the shopping season after all… Less than 2 weeks after the company announced the acquisition of Milo.com, eBay has announced it has acquired Critical Path Software, a leading mobile app developer that has worked with eBay for over 2 years on a wide array of mobile apps coming out of the company including the eBay for iPhone app, StubHub, eBay Classifieds and Shopping.com iPhone apps.
Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
I was fortunate enough to get Steve Romero, Critical Path president and founder, and Steve Yankovich, VP of eBay Mobile, together to chat about the acquisition and how the teams will be working together moving forward. Exciting stuff indeed…
About Critical Path Inc.
Critical Path Software is a leading mobile application development company, based in Portland, Oregon, built on a foundation of pioneering the growth of new technologies since 1991. The company was one of the first developers to create mobile experiences for the iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7 platforms. Critical Path Software has helped create mobiles apps that are consistently the top apps in their respective categories, such as lifestyle, shopping, health and fitness and travel. Critical Path Software is a team of talented software developers and quality assurance (QA) professionals, with a constant drive to improve the mobile user experience.
EBay Buys Application Maker Critical Path, Doubling Size of Mobile Team [Bloomberg]
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