Twitter has now incorporated a social application called Squad as an indication of its efforts to develop its platform.
It was announced by Twitter that the social application called Squad, where users can make video calls by screen sharing, has been purchased. In this acquisition, it is stated that Squad CEO Esther Crawford and CTO’s Ethan Sutin, as well as the entire supplement, will be included in Twitter’s design, engineering, and product teams.
After this agreement, Squad has been closed as of December 12. This move marks the growing effort of the microblogging platform to allow its users to connect beyond just tweeting. In November, Fleets, a story-like feature that allows users to share temporary content, was launched.
Twitter and Squad have not disclosed the financial terms of the acquisition. Whether Squad’s technology will be included in Twitter’s service as part of the agreement has also not been announced.