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20 tools tagged "API"

Withings Wifi Bodyscale

Withings Wifi Bodyscale is a digital wireless body fat monitor and scale. Withings uses a wifi connection to directly transmit body fat and weight data to your online account or to your iPhone. You can share the data on Facebook and Twitter or give to your healthcare provider. The scale is powered by four AAA batteries. It costs $159 and ships from Paris, France. Up to 8 users are supported.

URL: withings.com

Tags: API, gadget
Price: $100+
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Klout is a metric for overall online influence. Klout gives a score ranging from 1 to 100 with higher scores representing a wider and stronger sphere of influence online. Klout uses over 35 variables on Facebook and Twitter to measure True Reach (the size of your engaged audience - only including active accounts), Amplification Probability (the likelihood that your content will be commented on or retweeted), and Network Score (the influence level of your engaged audience).

URL: klout.com

Tags: API, social
Price: free
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Twitter is a popular micro-blogging site. You can post messages that are within 140 characters using SMS, IM, mobile phones, and a browser. Because of its ease of use, people have used Twitter to post messages about happenings about the world and the Internet; some people have also used it to post their current status. Twitter has been used by several self-tracking tools as an input mechanism, such as your.flowingdata, tweetyoureats, Grafitter, Mycrocosm, Daytum.

URL: http://www.twitter.com/

Tags: lifelogging, iPhone, API, Android, web app
Price: free
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Give Me My Data

Give Me My Data is a Facebook application that helps users export their data out of Facebook for reuse in visualizations, archives, or any possible method of digital storytelling. Data can be exported in common formats like CSV, XML, and JSON as well as customized network graph formats.

URL: http://givememydata.com/

Tags: API, lifelogging, location, social, relationships, web app
Price: free
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Pachube is a technically oriented website for sharing data streams from realtime sensors, such as environmental monitors (temperature, humidity, etc), or any other internet connected data source. You can publish your own data streams to Pachube using their API, and you can search or brows for data streams that other people are providing. The Pachube website lets you create live graphs of data streams from public devices, and embed them in websites. Developers can use data shared on Pachube in their applications and Pachube can be configured to notify your application when certain conditions are met.

URL: http://www.pachube.com

Tags: location, energy, API, web app
Price: $100+, $10-50, free
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Gowalla is a service to help you keep up with your friends, share the places you go, and discover new places to visit. Gowalla is available on Android, Blackberry, iPhone, and Palm. When you go to a place, you can "check-in" to track that you've been there. Over time, you gain stamps on your Gowalla passport. You can connect your collection of stamps with other friends. You can also share photos and comments. You can also experience trips organized by others such as National Geographic, USA Today, CNNMoney, and others.

URL: http://gowalla.com/

Tags: Android, API, iPhone, location
Price: free
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The Locker Project

An open source development effort to help self-trackers. A Locker gives people ownership over their personal data and clear control over how it's protected and shared. Providing flexible APIs for access to that data, Lockers are a powerful way for developers to build applications that leverage rich personal data.

URL: http://lockerproject.org

Tags: API
Price: free
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Similar to how fitbit, mint.com, and nike+ help you quantify your life and get recommendations, voyurl helps you quantify your online browsing habits and find new content you'll like.

URL: voyurl.com/quantifiedself

Tags: productivity, location, learning, goals, API, web app
Price: free
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Foodzy is a social game for web and mobile that allows you to easily check-in the food & drinks you have per day, thereby enabling you to monitor your daily food intake and keep up a healthy lifestyle. Sharing it with friends will help you discover new products, recipes and a general love for good food. Foodzy also tries to encourage long-time healthy and varied eating by rewarding you with special badges and giving you plenty of detailed food statistics to analyze your food habits. It turns healthy living into a fun game. You can use Foodzy online at Foodzy.com or their mobile apps for iPhone and Android.

URL: foodzy.com

Tags: web app, social, iPhone, health, goals, food, fitness, API, Android
Price: free
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Wattvision provides an energy sensor that connects your electricity meter to a web service. It requires physically proximity to the electricity meter, and a wifi connection. Once connected you can view your whole-house energy usage on a continuous basis on the web or a smartphone (updated every 10 seconds) and use this information to reduce your energy consumption by identifying costly appliances or unexpected uses of electricity, as well as to predict future energy bills.

URL: http://www.wattvision.com

Tags: Android, API, energy, iPhone, money, web app
Price: $100+
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89 members tagged "API"

Allen Liu

I'm a web developer for CureTogether and the Quantified Self Guide. I enjoy creating, learning, running, and karaoke =) I measure and tracking the following weight (Withings Bodyscale), running activity (Garmin 305) and blood pressure (Omron HEM-7200).

Tags: API, health, iPhone, learning, gadget, productivity, web app, fitness
Millbrae, US

David wamsley

Hello, I'm David, the CEO of GravityEight; the first centralized platform for tracking all aspects of your life. I use the Withings Wireless Scale, ZEO Sleep Machine, Nike Plus, the Garmin GPS Watch, FitBit, MedHelp and many more...

Tags: API, health, goals, relationships, sleep, fitness, learning, mood, food, lifelogging, social, gadget, lifestyle, money
Marin, California, United States

Emmanuel Gadenne

@QSParis cofunder : 1st french spoken QS meetup group ! Web & collaborative solutions manager @ Sopra Consulting. Talk to me > @egadenne

Tags: goals, location, relationships, sleep, iPhone, web app, mood, fitness, lifestyle, lifelogging, social, learning, API, health, medicine, food, productivity, Android, energy, money, gadget
Paris, France, United States

Eric Blue

I'm a technologist with a passion for QS & easing data integration for self-tracking (creating open source libraries for FitBit, Zeo, WiThings). My project: TRAQS.me (http://traqs.me) - Tools for Reporting & Analysis of the Quantified Self.

Tags: API, fitness, goals, health, learning, lifelogging, productivity
Los Angeles, California, United States

Beau Gunderson

Interested in sleep tracking, mapping/geography, and data visualization. http://www.beaugunderson.com/

Tags: API, medicine, location, sleep, health, iPhone, energy, learning, mood, lifelogging, social, gadget, lifestyle, productivity
Seattle, Washington, United States

Thomas Carton de Wiart

I am the co-founder of Fluxtream an ongoig expriment in personnel data aggregation & visualization. www.face

Tags: API, lifelogging, web app
Brussels, Belgium, United States

Pierre-Alexandre Fournier

I'm co-founder of Carré Technologies (wearable sensors) and organizer of QS Montréal.

Tags: Android, iPhone, gadget, lifelogging, fitness, health, medicine, sleep, API, mood
Montréal, Québec, United States

Candide Kemmler

Fluxtream.com, co-founder

Tags: lifelogging, learning, API, location, web app, lifestyle
Brussels, Belgium, United States

Misha Chellam

My name is Misha. I love the people / energy / ideas of the Quantified Self. My contribution to the group is to build the medical tricorder with the Scanadu team.

Tags: health, medicine, goals, API, gadget, learning, iPhone
Brussel, Belgium

Jakob Eg Larsen

associate professor in cognitive systems at the technical university of denmark with interests in augmented cognition, lifelogging, personal informatics, human-computer interaction, and user experience

Tags: lifelogging, social, gadget, medicine, sleep, health, relationships, location, productivity, goals, Android, API, learning
Copenhagen, Denmark, United States