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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 98% of its users use the mobile app most of the time, and hence it would now focus on developing the app only. Earlier in March, TrulyMadly had raised Rs 35 crores from Helion Venture Partners and Kae Capital. The company had said then that the funds would be used to build a social network for singles in India, invest in developing original content and invest heavily in bolstering their product and tech team. Founded in 2014 by Sachin Bhatia (co-founder MakeMyTrip.com), Hitesh Dhingra (founder, Letsbuy) and Rahul Kumar (ex-AVP, Product, MakeMyTrip.com), TrulyMadly lets users discover each other via shared interests and profiles. *** Uber to start accepting cash payments…

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