Saga — Automatic Lifelogging

Saga — Automatic Lifelogging


Saga is the easy way to keep track of where you go and what you do, and share the true story of your life with friends, family, and followers.

HOW DOES SAGA WORK?

Saga uses the sensors on your phone to determine your current location, then stores that location and the duration of your visit, creating a rich lifelog of your activities.

HOW DO I USE SAGA?

After install, Saga will do the rest and automatically start lifelogging your story. Visit your Me screen to set up your social sharing permissions.

You can enrich your lifelog with photos, personalized notes, videos, and data from your other favorite services (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Runkeeper, BodyMedia, Withings, Fitbit, Tripit, and Foursquare).

EXPLORE THE ART AND SCIENCE OF YOU.

Lifelogging is the best way to understand where to start when you want to live better. As you lifelog, Saga will surface trends data and visuals infographs to help you learn more yourself, and get more out of life.

* Track your time in transit, at work, and everywhere you go, and see how you stack up against other users
* Understand your how you spend your time and where you go with personal lifelog analytics
* Optimize your life by having a better understanding of how you spend your time


WHAT YOU GET WITH SAGA

Unlike other location tracking apps, Saga will not drain your battery. Typical users are getting about 24 hours of battery life while running Saga.
Saga pinpoints your location from a database of millions of established places.
Social sharing allows you to share the true story of your life, and peruse lifelogs of interesting people.

Add data from social media, fitness tracking, and travel apps, to enrich your lifelog.
Add notes and photos to help your record all of your adventures.
Know thyself better with personal Saga’s personal analytics.
Saga will assign you traits based on trends over time, helping you understand how you spend your time, and how you compare to peers.
Curate and share your favorite places with family and friends.

PRIVACY

We take your privacy very seriously. Saga adheres to a strict privacy policy, audited by TRUSTe annually. It's posted on the Web for everyone to see: http://www.getsaga.com/privacy/.

In short, Saga will never ever sell, rent, or give away the personal data we collect on your behalf. Really. We use the data we collect to make sure that your lifelog is as accurate as it can be -- and that your battery lasts as long as possible. That's it.

If you choose to permanently delete your data from the app, we'll delete your data from every place we've stored it. If you choose to turn on our social sharing service, nothing will be shared until you tell us what can be shared and who can see it. You will always have the option to decide what information you want to share with others if we introduce new data sharing options.

FROM THE PRESS
VentureBeat: "‘Life logging’ app Saga lets you share every single moment of your life" by Rebecca Grant

GigaOm: "It’s not a fitness tracker, it’s a moral compass" by Derrick Harris

TUAW: "I was initially worried that this would be a huge draw on my iPhone battery, but in reality I barely noticed an impact." by Steven Sande

Recent changes:
v2.10.2

- Connected apps will now show when services have been disconnected from outside of Saga
- Better cache cleanup to keep the app footprint small
- Fixes for issues with importing images
- Fixes for heights received from connected apps
- Fixes for issues with tweets not showing or showing twice
- 10 Crash fixes
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Free
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4.0
User ratings
1350
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
2
File size
5897 kb
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About Saga — Automatic Lifelogging
Saga is the easy way to keep track of where you go and what you do, and share the true story of your life with friends, family, and followers.

HOW DOES SAGA WORK?

Saga uses the sensors on your phone to determine your current location, then stores that location and the duration of your visit, creating a rich lifelog of your activities.

HOW DO I USE SAGA?

After install, Saga will do the rest and automatically start lifelogging your story. Visit your Me screen to set up your social sharing permissions.

You can enrich your lifelog with photos, personalized notes, videos, and data from your other favorite services (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Runkeeper, BodyMedia, Withings, Fitbit, Tripit, and Foursquare).

EXPLORE THE ART AND SCIENCE OF YOU.

Lifelogging is the best way to understand where to start when you want to live better. As you lifelog, Saga will surface trends data and visuals infographs to help you learn more yourself, and get more out of life.

* Track your time in transit, at work, and everywhere you go, and see how you stack up against other users
* Understand your how you spend your time and where you go with personal lifelog analytics
* Optimize your life by having a better understanding of how you spend your time


WHAT YOU GET WITH SAGA

Unlike other location tracking apps, Saga will not drain your battery. Typical users are getting about 24 hours of battery life while running Saga.
Saga pinpoints your location from a database of millions of established places.
Social sharing allows you to share the true story of your life, and peruse lifelogs of interesting people.

Add data from social media, fitness tracking, and travel apps, to enrich your lifelog.
Add notes and photos to help your record all of your adventures.
Know thyself better with personal Saga’s personal analytics.
Saga will assign you traits based on trends over time, helping you understand how you spend your time, and how you compare to peers.
Curate and share your favorite places with family and friends.

PRIVACY

We take your privacy very seriously. Saga adheres to a strict privacy policy, audited by TRUSTe annually. It's posted on the Web for everyone to see: http://www.getsaga.com/privacy/.

In short, Saga will never ever sell, rent, or give away the personal data we collect on your behalf. Really. We use the data we collect to make sure that your lifelog is as accurate as it can be -- and that your battery lasts as long as possible. That's it.

If you choose to permanently delete your data from the app, we'll delete your data from every place we've stored it. If you choose to turn on our social sharing service, nothing will be shared until you tell us what can be shared and who can see it. You will always have the option to decide what information you want to share with others if we introduce new data sharing options.

FROM THE PRESS
VentureBeat: "‘Life logging’ app Saga lets you share every single moment of your life" by Rebecca Grant

GigaOm: "It’s not a fitness tracker, it’s a moral compass" by Derrick Harris

TUAW: "I was initially worried that this would be a huge draw on my iPhone battery, but in reality I barely noticed an impact." by Steven Sande

Recent changes:
v2.10.2

- Connected apps will now show when services have been disconnected from outside of Saga
- Better cache cleanup to keep the app footprint small
- Fixes for issues with importing images
- Fixes for heights received from connected apps
- Fixes for issues with tweets not showing or showing twice
- 10 Crash fixes

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A Google User
6 days ago
Probably better in the US... Its OK. I like the life log idea but it does seriously need an update and the UI is really REALLY ugly! One main bugbear is it's sooo American!! It listed a trait that I'm an "early weekender" because I've twice visited a "Bar" on a Thursday.... Well in the UK visiting a PUB is pretty normal, we don't call them bars (bars are nightclubs really) but we go to the pub for lunch or dinner?!? Makes it sound so sordid that trait!!!
A Google User
6 days ago
Would like to see integration with the Moves app Would like to see integration with the Moves app
A Google User
Aug 14, 2014
Thoughts after a month use. You need to go places and take photos through the app, otherwise, on the daily commute, you can stick to Google. I'd like to see more linked services to bring in more information. Grabbing photos from your Flickr steam, linking with friends on connected apps, selected app use, etc. Not everyone is the travelling photographer.
A Google User
Aug 12, 2014
Uninstalled Does nothing but eat battery but it did that the last time I tried it.
A Google User
Aug 11, 2014
Works quite well I've tried similar apps and this one by far does the best job of correctly logging my day. Sometimes I have to manually adjust a location, but that is typical of any location-based app. And yes, the design could be prettier, but I'd assume they'll get there; the most important part is underlying function, and they are very close in that area. Here's hoping they improve the design and add more connected apps...it gets a conditional five stars (assuming the above improvements).