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Dropbox acquires Loom, will shut down its cloud photo service on May 16th

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Apr
2014

Loom, a popular service that offers cloud-based photo storage, has just been acquired by Dropbox. We look forward to this transition as the next step in creating a home for all of your photos and videos, seamlessly organized, while still keeping them at your fingertips, said founder Jan Senderek in a blog post announcing the deal. Dropbox and Loom share many of the same ambitions when it comes to preserving your photo library and protecting those memories, Senderek said. Thats embodied by the recently launched Carousel app, which Senderek describes as a single home for all your photos and videos, automatically organized and always with you. Looms team plans to help push Dropboxs photo services forward.

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