Wincourse acquire social learning startup Mappr Delhi-based education technology firm Wincourse has acquired 85% stake in social learning startup Mappr for an undisclosed amount, reports the Mint. According to Wincourse, it's currently developing a complete suite of edu-tech solutions, and the acquisition of Mappr will help it do so. Founded in 2014, Mappr is a social networking platform for students, teachers and parents. Teachers can create discussion groups, take polls and upload videos etc. Following the acquisition, both Mappr founders will move to non-executive roles in the company. Wincourse currently acts as an aggregator of tutors, and offers its services in Delhi and Bangalore with plans to expand to other cities soon. *** Truly Madly goes app-only Online dating app TrulyMadly has gone app only, reports Vccircle. The platform previously operated a desktop website as well. According to the company…
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