App Review: TicTrac
Countless apps and social networks allow you to track and document your activities. Whether you’re checking in to a restaurant on Foursquare or sharing run progress with Runkeeper, your activities are being tracked – and saved. So why not put all this info to good use?
TicTrac is designed to do just that. It monitors data from your social networks and apps to create meaningful information.
It works by cross-referencing your data to make suggestions. Run better when listening to Tiesto and the temperature is above 25 C? Gain weight after checking in to too many fast-food joints? This app will realy relevant information to help you improve the way you live.
Most companies are already collecting this data to offer targeted advertising, so it makes logical sense to put some self-hacking tools to good use.
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