Yahoo has reportedly acquired social diary 'Days' app maker Wander to bolster its mobile team.
Wander's acquisition is the latest in the line of start-up that Yahoo has purchased under CEO Marissa Mayer's revival plans.
According to Cnet, Wander would join Yahoo, with its five-member crew joining a growing fleet of Yahoo mobile engineers in New York, but its 'Days' app would continue to function as a standalone app while its team would work on future projects.
Wander released a statement saying it was 'excited to bring their work on daily habits to Yahoo'
The report added that the financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed, but it is speculated to be around 10 million dollars.
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