Sunday, March 18, 2012

Trapster acquired by NAVTEQ, which offers speed trap alert apps for most major mobile platforms, has been acquired by NAVTEQ, according to an Autoblog exclusive. The report states that a bidding war broke out, with five parties interested in acquiring Trapster; terms of the deal have not been disclosed. NAVTEQ itself is owned by Nokia.

Nine million users have downloaded Trapster apps, which translates into a lot of crowd-sourced data for NAVTEQ. The existing Trapster service will apparently remain intact, but I’m betting we’ll see it integrated into other NAVTEQ offerings in the future.

Via All Points Blog

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