After Acquisition, OpenTable Plans To Shut Down Ness On April 21

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Ness, the personalized restaurant recommendation app acquired by OpenTable last month, now has an expiration date. The company announced that the app would be discontinued on April 21, just a few months after the acquisition first was announced.

OpenTable paid $17.3 million for Ness in early February, as part of a string of acquisitions that also included Quickcue, JustChalo, and Foodspotting. The company plans to integrate Ness’ recommendations technology into its own suite of apps.

According to a post on the Ness webpage, users will be able to export their data, as well as get a copy of ranks and reviews.