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DropBox buys selling app Sold, generates linguistically nightmarish headlines

Brian Heater
11.05.13
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Dropbox has picked up Sold, effectively shuttering the service in its current iteration. For further proof of this, consult the selling app's about page, which has been reconjugated to read in the past tense. Sold isn't accepting new items from sellers at the moment, but the site is happily assuring all interested parties that the team behind the iOS/Android app will become a part of Dropbox's happy family, helping to work on the "exciting new experiences" it's seen dotting the horizons of the sharing service's roadmap.

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