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Social travel network service
Dopplr was a social travel network service. With Dopplr users could create personalized travel schedules with the option to share and link their trip plans with people in their contact list so as to coordinate a meeting or simply keep track of each other journeys. Dopplr was established in 2007 and had headquarters in the UK.
Dopplr had a stellar team of investors and seemed a promising company. In 2009, however, came news that Nokia had acquired the startup for about $20 million. The company’s value and the number of Dopplr user’s freefall since Nokia's purchased it. The platform was maintained for a while without further development before Nokia pulled the plug in late 2013, effectively shutting down Dopplr.
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