Dropbox is known as one of the number cloud storage service out there, and the company is growing. The company just announced the acquisition of mobile productivity startup CloudOn.
CloudOn is an online service that allows users to create, edit, and share files from Microsoft Office and other such apps online. The service now have around 9 million registered users, so there is a good chance we could be seeing those users added to Dropbox’s list, assuming that they aren’t members of Dropbox already.
In addition to the acquisition by Dropbox, CloudOn has made the announcement that they will stop new user signup immediately, and will be shutting down permanently as of March 2015. This simple means that current CloudOn members could be transitioned over to Dropbox with their same features.