Twitter has agreed a deal for the acquisition of Summify, a platform that gives users the ability to summarise and publish the news items they’ve seen into one visual feed, according to an article published by v3.

The service is also capable of publishing news feeds in a variety of forms, such as a web page, an email or a mobile app.

Originally founded in Romania, Summify has recently been based in Vancouver, Canada.

In a post published on its website, Summify announced that it would be joining up with Twitter – a platform popular for social media marketing initiatives.

The terms of the deal agreed between Twitter and Summify have yet to be disclosed; however, a statement, published on Summify’s site, read: “Our long-term vision at Summify has always been to connect people with the most relevant news for them, in the most-efficient manner.

“As hundreds of millions of people worldwide are signing up and consuming Twitter, we realised it’s the best platform to execute our vision at a truly global scale.”

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