FreebuddyPress, the chat software that is widely used in Israeli universities and colleges, is about to see a massive expansion.
The company, founded by the Israeli entrepreneur Andres Gabor, announced on Monday that it has been acquired by Yedioth Ahronoth.
Freebuddy’s software, which is used in more than 10,000 Israeli universities, is a tool for teaching students the basics of the Internet and social media.
Since it was first released in 2011, Freebudys popularity has grown by leaps and bounds.
According to the company, its software has been downloaded by over a billion people in Israel and abroad, and is currently used by more than 15 million students.
Freebs software is free for anyone to use.
The software is made for students and professionals in Israel, and also works in over 50 countries around the world.
The service is used by over two million Israelis.
But its expansion to other countries is the biggest news of the acquisition.
The Israeli-based company is expected to launch new versions of Freebs software for other countries, and will offer free trials in more countries.
The new version of Freebuds software will include features that allow students to share videos and images with their peers.
Currently, the software only supports the ability to send photos and videos.
The company says Freebs will expand to more countries in the future.
Freebt is a free software which is available on Mac and Windows.
It allows users to create and share web pages with the world, including in the U.S., the UK, Germany, and the Netherlands.