Google Purchased French Company FlexyCore

Five-year old French company FlexyCore, helps to optimize the Android OS for manufacturers and carriers, as well as consumers with the use of apps DroidBooster. Google purchased this company in €16.9 million ($23.3 million) to boost Android operating system. A Google spokesman confirmed the acquisition, but declined to offer further details.

This partnership was in talk since September 2012 the French paper revealed, but the deal finalized earlier this month. “The FlexyCore team has strong expertise in building software to optimize Android device performance, and we think they’d be a great fit with our team,” Google told GigaOm.

This collaboration may affect the next version of its operating system — Android 4.4 KitKat in a very positive way. However its not clear when the updated OS will launch.

According to the stats of early october, Android Gingerbread was running on 28.5 percent, Jelly Bean, was available on 48.6 percent of Android devices and ice-cream sand-witch was found in 20.6%.

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