Dropbox Acquires 3D photo startup Bubbli.


Dropbox Acquires 3D photo startup Bubbli.

The popular cloud storage company, Dropbox, has recently acquired Bubbli, the application designed for making dynamic spherical photo called “bubbles.”


Recently reported in by TechCrunch, this recent acquisition, whose terms have as of yet be undisclosed, has been announced by the co-founders of Bubbli, Ben Newhouse and Terrance McArdle through an email to the users of their applications:

We’re thrilled to be joining Dropbox. Bubbli’s goal has always been to capture experiences in a way that feels like you are not just viewing photos but reliving memories. By joining forces, we’ll be able to continue to transform how you experience your memories on a much larger scale.

Released for the App Store during the previous October, Bubbli will continue to remain available for the time being, allowing users, both old and new, to develop with bubbles with the application. As it was further pointed out in the email:

The bubbles everyone has shared have blown us away. We’re working on integrating bubbles into Dropbox and we’ll keep you posted on our progress. Until then, you can continue capturing bubbles the same way you have in the past!


The application has been made fully functional for the iPhone and iPod touch running under the iOS 7.0 or later, Bubble is currently available on the App Store for free.

Bubbli’s recent acquisition by Dropbox come just over a month after the storage company’s acquisition of another photo application by the name of Loom.

That recent dealing, came just a week after Dropboxhad introduced their new Carousel application for organized photos and videos.

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