Mobile Apps

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When last we heard from the social app WiGo earlier this year, it was purportedly valued at $15 million and expanding beyond college campuses into the broader population.

The app, born at Holy Cross in Worcester, helped users keep tabs on what their friends were up to, answering the question, “Who is going out?” It was among the first companies to set up shop in Boston’s Blade incubator, and some of its capital came from the co-founders of the popular hook-up app Tinder.More →