Washington: Apple has purchased Cue, a personal assistant app that had mysteriously shut down service.
Sources revealed that Apple purchased the app for between 35 million dollars and 45 million dollars.
According to Mashable, Apple confirmed the deal, but not the price. Cue, formerly known as Greplin, makes it easy to surface social media activity from your LinkedIn accounts, contacts, Gmail, calendars and Dropbox account, the report said.
The company changed its name to Cue last year and became a personal assistant for iOS along the lines of Google Now for Android, it added.