Posted by News | Posted on 24-02-2012 | comments: 0| Posted in
Apple has acquired apps search company Chomp for an undisclosed price, it said Friday.
Chomp, based in San Francisco, is the developer of a search engine that helps users find mobile apps based on their functions, and not just their name, according to its website. The company’s search engine can be accessed on the web or via mobile apps for the platforms it covers.
The Chomp application for Apple’s iPhone was developed in 2010, and a version for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is available for free download on the iTunes app store.