The return of the ’00: Audiogalaxy buy Dropbox
Who remembers Audiogalaxy? That program P2P seeking songs in various FTP, and that its use exploded (if only for a few years) after the fall of Napster in the early 2000s.
Well, after trying to work as a legal service without good results in recent years, the site was recently reinvented ago as a radio P2P to enable its users to listen to their Music on all kinds of devices such as phones or tablets.
However, the interesting thing is that Dropbox today announced that bought Audiogalaxy, but if not detail the use that will give the company, it is easy to estimate that may soon provide streaming video content to their repertoire of services.
Now we just wait to see how the popular file hosting service on cloud deal to veteran company in the business of online music (and perhaps the first in time to suggest music according to what other users downloaded).
– Hello, Dropbox (Audiogalaxy)