Apple and Google are companies that, yes, but not yes acquire a company. The ball was the RelativeWave, bought by the search giant.
Here is the statement on the RelativeWave official website:
I am excited to announce that the RelativeWave team is joining Google to continue the development of the Form!
I speak for the team when I say that we are incredibly happy for what the community has created with Form. We saw people create designs that we could never have imagined. It is one of the best sensations in the world to see people using their work.
Today, with the help of Google, we are making the Form free on the Mac App Store. We want to put the Form in the hands of as many people as possible and this is our first step towards achieving that goal.
We are just starting with prototyping. With the help of Google, we are focused on improving the landscape of design and development tools.
As we can see in the statement by Max Weisel, the idea is that, even with the acquisition of Google, the development of the Form continues. We have seen many cases in which companies are acquired and their products / services die. Google itself has a long history of cases like this (like Sparrow and Snapseed).
On the other hand, examples such as Waze (which was acquired by Google and continues to be, firm and strong) show that Form can, perhaps, have a long life.
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