Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) has acquired Little Eye Labs, a small Indian start up business located in the city of Bangalore. The start-up is actually the first acquisition of the social networking platform in India. Little Eye Labs is basically a handy and useful tool designed to support the efforts of Android app developers who want to optimize and improve their applications.
Little Eye Labs makes tools to monitoring and analysis apps for Android phones: Android developers can use the application to see how their apps work and whether there is anything they can improve about their applications.
The team of the Indian start up will relocate to California where they can provide their services to help Facebook optimize and improve their applications throughout the years. Little Eye Labs can take the mobile area of Facebook a mile further and simplify the processes, thus making Facebook easier and more convenient for mobile users.
The team of Little Eye Labs consists of four program analysis professionals that have a solid background in the IT industry, and who are excited about joining the big Facebook family. The professionals are expected to develop state of the art analysis tools that will lead to the further development of various Facebook applications. The technology delivered by Little Eye Labs will certainly add to the mobile application industry and it will help Facebook grow even more by improving the Android codebase, in order to make it more efficient, more professional and readily available.
Nonetheless, Little Eye Labs announced that it’s been acquired by the social media giant Facebook only a few days ago, less than a year after it has officially released the “Little Eye Labs for Android” tool which has turned out to be of great help for developers who seek to boost the performance of their applications.