Yandex is very popular search engine in Russia. They are always search for latest technology to tailor their search engine that make it more stronger than before. Yandex was planning to acquire Israel’s Silicon Valley – Silicon Wadi.
Today Yandex officially announced that they have acquired the award-winning Geo-Location Platform KitLocate. KitLocate is a developer organization of a smart, energy-efficient cloud location technology for mobile devices. Here total 8 member together of KitLocate joining in Yandex mobile search team. This will bring a revolution on yandex, and they will go ahead towards the pathway for mobile search app.
KitLocate’s developed a technology that provide location tracking aptitude like geo-fencing, motion detection as well as social location. KitLocate’s location-based apps can be found on iOS and Android devices. There are a core feature adopted by KitLocate that this app will consume less than 1 percent battery power. That means it will help you to extend your phone's battery power.
This technology already using by a popular Israel financial service name Isracard. They uses KitLocate’s technology for delivering information about their current location.
KitLocate’s co-founders Omri Moran, CEO (fourth from the right), Yoav Cafri, CTO (first from the right) and Ron Miller, VP R&D (far left) with their team.
Yandex has spend several millions of eurous for acquiring KitLocate’s technology for grow and support in Tel Aviv. Yandex popular Android app name Yandex.kit will contain this technology very soon. Yandex.Kit is a customizable suite and its Android version available and this is an essential app for latest mobile experience.
After incorporating KitLocate’s technology Yandex will be consider as an alternative of Google mobile services. Because the KitLocate’s technology deliver geo-location by less power consumption so it would be much popular than other apps. And it doesn't required continuous GPS syncing.
With KitLocate’s technology Yandex will be able to deliver various offer and service to the user's mobile phone or tablet. But don't think it is able to send offer to only one user but it is able to deliver to the user's current location.