A year-old, mail prioritizing tool, MailRank, has been acquired by the popular social network, Facebook, according to a blog post on former's site. "We’re thrilled to announce that MailRank's co-founders will be joining Facebook in December!" states a post on MailRank's blog. Facebook, with this acquisition is looking at strengthening its position in the smartphone arena. MailRank, like mentioned above, essentially is a mail prioritizing tool that sets up the user's mail list on a priority basis, placing the most important mail right at the top.
The announcement on MailRank
Team MailRank, according to the post will assist Facebook in solving technology issues, an area they specialize in and in turn, better support the platform of 800 million users - Facebook. MailRank has also stated on its blog that when with Facebook, it will discontinue the private beta of MailRank for Outlook to get complete focus into the new project at hand.
At the moment, financial details of the deal between Facebook and MailRank haven't been disclosed.
Published Date: Nov 17, 2011 12:44 pm | Updated Date: Nov 17, 2011 12:44 pm