Google has acquired a France-based startup that aims at improving Android's functionality.
French publication L'Expansion reported on Tuesday that Google paid 16.9 million euros ($23.1 million) to acquire FlexyCore. The startup's app DroidBooster, has since been removed from the Google Play store, likely as part of the search giant's buy.
FlexyCore was founded five years ago as a tool to optimize Android's performance for carriers and manufacturers. DroidBooster was designed for consumers who wanted to improve Android's functionality.