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57 tools tagged "location"


MoodPanda.com is a mood tracking website and iphone app. Tracking is very simple: you rate your happiness on a 0-10 scale, and optionally add a brief twitter-like comment on what’s influencing your mood. MoodPanda is also a large community of friendly people, sharing their moods, celebrating each others’ happiness, and supporting each other when they’re down.

URL: http://moodpanda.com

Tags: health, iPhone, lifelogging, lifestyle, location, mood, social, web app
Price: free
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Foursquare is a service that helps you keep track of the places that you visit. Foursquare is available on many devices, such as iPhone, Blackberry, and Android. Every time you visit a place, you "check in" to the place to earn points and badges. Over time, you will acquire a history of places you visit as well as badges. You can share your history with your friends. People have created visualizations of Foursquare check-ins, e.g. WeePlaces and 4sqMaps.

URL: https://foursquare.com/

Tags: Android, iPhone, location
Price: free
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Momento is an iPhone journal writing app. It allows you to make entries using text or photos and allows you to tag them with people from your address book, and locations from the GPS as well as category tags. In addition to what you capture on the phone itself, the app can automatically include events from web services, including twitter, facebook, flickr, and others. Any web service that provides an RSS or ATOM feed can be included. The app also has export and backup features.

URL: http://www.momentoapp.com

Tags: iPhone, lifelogging, location
Price: $1-10
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OpenStreetMap is a site for collecting map data that is open to all users to export and reuse. Users are able to contribute mapping data to the site, and join projects organized by locality to build maps.

URL: http://www.openstreetmap.org

Tags: location, web app
Price: free
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In addition to having the distinction of being the most popular social networking web site, Facebook can also be used as self-tracking tool. Facebook has status updates which you can use to record what is happening in your life. Facebook also has a Places feature, so that you can keep track of the different places that you visit. Facebook also has photo albums, which you can use to store pictures about your daily activities. The only problem with using Facebook as self-tracking tool is that they don't provide an easy way to view your self-tracking data as visualizations.

URL: http://facebook.com/

Tags: Android, iPhone, lifestyle, location, web app
Price: free
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Google Latitude

Google Latitude is a Google service that helps you track your locations over time. You can use it like Foursquare to check-in to different places or you can use it to constantly check your location. Latitude keeps a history of your locations, which you can explore on the Latitude Dashboard. You can see where you spend the most time: at work, at home, or out and about. You can also see a visualization of your history over a specific range.

URL: https://www.google.com/latitude/

Tags: location, iPhone, Android
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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Glympse is a mobile location-sharing tool. In using it, you send recipients a web link that allows them to see your location for a specified amount of time. Once the time is up, the link expires. This lets you share your location with people who don't have Glympse, and control who sees where you are for how long. It also lets you share location before driving somewhere for the duration of the drive, so you don't have to use your phone while driving.

URL: http://www.glympse.com

Tags: Android, iPhone, location
Price: free
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MapMyRun is designed to let runners create detailed maps of their runs. MapMyRun offers topographical and street views and elevation charts to get the right map for the type of run. Users can plot landmarks, such as restrooms or dog parks, as well as make notes of places they stopped to rest. Plans run from free to $5.99 (Bronze) /$11.99 (Silver) /$19.99 (Gold) per month. More expensive plans allow users to create printed maps and signature training plans.

URL: mapmyrun.com

Tags: Android, fitness, iPhone, location, web app
Price: free, $1-10, $10-50
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82 members tagged "location"

John Amschler

Hi I'm a Wireless Technology Designer who likes to make great technology useful for everyone! I track Sleep, Activity, Weight, Blood Pressure, Heart Rate Variability, Location, Computer time and other data using Zeo, BodyMedia Fit, Digifit, Withings, Pol

Tags: fitness, food, lifelogging, lifestyle, mood, money, sleep, location, health, iPhone, energy, relationships, productivity, gadget
San Diego, California, United States

Chloe Fan

Tags: Android, location, health, sleep, money, web app, productivity
Pittsburgh, PA, 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

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

Steve Vermeulen

East coast game developer

Tags: Android, money, health, fitness, productivity, location
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, United States

Candide Kemmler

Fluxtream.com, co-founder

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

Bob Lew

Tags: fitness, health, medicine, sleep, gadget, location, iPhone, food, learning, lifestyle, productivity
Honolulu, HI, United States

Burt Lum

Digital Ronin interested in the Quantified World

Tags: location, health, energy, iPhone, fitness, lifelogging, social, food, gadget, lifestyle, productivity, sleep
Honolulu, HI, United States

Isabel Merritt

Student keeping track of mainly food, health, money, fitness, and sleep among other things. I love data vis. and charts and graphs! @izzyiz20 on twitter.

Tags: fitness, food, gadget, goals, health, iPhone, learning, location, sleep, web app, money
Oakland, California, United States

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