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Shuddle is Uber for your kids

Uber is estimated to have reaped $210 million in revenue over the course of 2013, proving that the platform is ever-growing in popularity. Shuddle is an app that aims to provide an Uber-esque service for children getting to and from school when no-one is around to take them.

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