You could choose the data you wish to see on the App ranging from calls, texts, emails, music, pictures and so on. You could also connect your Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Google, last.fm accounts if you would prefer a more enriched view.
It automatically overlays your footprint on to the world helping you go back in time.
- what you did on your last anniversary
- the pubs you crawled along with your friends on your last trip to NYC.
In short, no more HANGOVER syndrome :)
ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION, ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION - Journaling your tracks and trips.
INTERNET, ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE - Cloud Syncing, viewing etc.
READ_CONTACTS - For quick actions, people display on timeline etc.
READ_CALL_LOG, READ_SMS, RECEIVE_SMS - To sync your calls and Texts.
WAKE_LOCK - Use display and processor time efficiently, yet keeping your timeline fresh.
WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - Cache resources (Images, contact pictures etc) on SD card.
MANAGE_ACCOUNTS, AUTHENTICATE_ACCOUNTS, WRITE_SYNC_SETTINGS, READ_SYNC_SETTINGS - Create and maintain a 'friday' sync account and service.
GET_TASKS - To scroble the music player and sync your song logs.
1. What's My Trail? will calculate the trail of your road or mountain bike. Enter your wheel diameter, the angle of the head tube and the fork offset/rake and the app calculates the trail. If you have a mountain bike with front suspension, the head tube angle, wheelbase and trail change as the fork compresses. If you enter the wheelbase, axle to crown height (also called ride height) and the amount of travel the fork has the app will calculate the change in trail, head tube angle and wheelbase.
2. What's My Cadence? Will calculate your Cadence (crank RPM) in a give gear, wheel diameter and speed. You can set the number of teeth on the front and rear chainring/cog, set your wheels circumference and speed. What's My Cadence also shows you the inches and meters of development with each turn of the pedals. Speed is in both MPH and KMH.
Navigate your favorite trail maps right from your handset using Glue Trail, even without a network connection, in any location where you can obtain a GPS signal; all that's required is to get the trail map onto your handset as a photographic image and 'Glue it'!