The internet giant Google have acquired Odysee – an application for storing and sharing photos and videos, the two parties announced on Monday. Financial terms for the transaction were not disclosed. In a message on its website, Odysee said its service will be stopped after February 23, and their teams will join Google+, the social network of Google.
Odysee is an application compatible with both Apple’s iOS phones and smartphones from other manufacturers using the Android operating system from Google. It automatically stores photos and videos taken with these devices on the user’s computer, while maintaining a copy of the most recent data which is accessible from any device.
The application is free for the first year, and then charges the user 5 dollars per year, according to its website.