Google has acquired app-maker Jetpac, which analyzes photos from social networks to create city guides.
A post on Jetpac’s homepage said that the company will be removing apps from the App Store in coming days and ending support for them on September 15.
JetPac is a San Francisco-based company that pulls photos from site like Instagram, analyzes their location and then create visual guides of various cities.
A Bloomberg report notes that Google has been spending more money than usual on acquisitions. In the first half of the year, Google has spent $4.2 billion.
The companies did not release terms of the deal.