Cueup the Private Search Engine Shuts Down and now Acquired by Apple

Cueup the private search engine shuts down on OCtober 2 and the app is now acquired by Apple. Cueup the older Greplin a private or personal search engine helps the users lot. Cueup is a cloud search provider a free service. The service helps users makes it easy to surface social media activity from your social networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Gmail, Google Apps mail, Google calendar, Google calendar aps AOL, iCloud mail, Yahoo Mail, DropBox etc.

Cueup announced on their website that ‘Cue is Shutting Down’ continuous that We appreciate all of the support from you, our users, as Cue has grown over the last few years. However, the Cue service is no longer available. Cue Premium users who registered through the website will receive a prorated refund. Cue Premium users registered though the iPhone App can request a refund through iTunes. In accordance with our privacy policy, your data and personal information will not be stored or transferred; it has been permanently deleted.

Now Apple has purchased Cue and their app system. Apple confirmed the deal in a statement provided to Mashable says that “Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans.”

Cueup’s power is, if you connect cue with your Facebook account you search a keyword, cue also brings the word where ever you mention if you used in your private chat. Now reports confirmed that Apple spend between $50 million and $60 million tu purchase the company.

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