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Twitter considered buying Camera+, reports said

Twitter considered buying mobile photo-sharing application Camera+ soon after social-networking rival Facebook agreed to pay $1 billion for Instagram, a report said.

2nd May, 2012
Twitter executives held several meetings with Camera+ developer Tap Tap Tap.

Twitter considered buying mobile photo-sharing application Camera+ soon after social-networking rival Facebook agreed to pay $1 billion for Instagram, two people with knowledge of the negotiations said.

Twitter executives held several meetings with Camera+ developer Tap Tap Tap, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the talks were private. The talks broke down before Twitter could make an offer because the startup’s far-flung workforce was reluctant to relocate to San Francisco, the people...

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