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Arc App

AI powered location tracker

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Foursquare 10

Your ultimate city guide, in your pocket

Sumon Sadhu
Because finding the local delights needs to be easier.
Karri Saarinen- Design at Airbnb. YC alumn.
My favorite tool for looking up places. Only app I actually trust the recommendations.
Sezgin Hergul- Product Marketing @ GetResponse
Alternatively, if people are active on Foursquare in your city, you can also see this type of information inside the app too.
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Fabric is an effortless digital journal for the moments in your life. It captures the places you go, the people you meet, and the things you do. The latest version features an editable timeline, shared moments, and a search engine for your life.

Oh, and you can import your data from Moves before it shuts down! (https://web.fabric.me/moves)

Medium
Available in the App Store now Our lives are a collection of extraordinary narratives. First, there's the self-centered and straightforward story of yourself. It has one single protagonist who knows every part.
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Moves

Activity tracking without gadgets

Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
Moves might work for this. It generates a map of everywhere you've traveled. When you look at it, it's pretty easy to see which streets you haven't gone down yet (it draws a line everywhere you've been). It shows darker lines for places you've been multiple times. It's fun to have it track for a couple weeks and then see how routine places you travel is. Wh… See more
Jack Dweck- Product Manager at Unroll.Me
Moves tracks everywhere you go automatically. I leave the app running in the background and have it connected to Gyroscope, where I can see beautiful maps of where I've been.
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