Trails

Trails


Trails marks your life events to its corresponding location; digesting your entire day into a mapview. All the events (including the routes you traveled) are 'mapped' to provide a concise overview of any particular day of your life. You do not have to explicitly checkin, instead its all captured automatically.

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.

Relive
- 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 :)


PERMISSIONS
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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.

Recent changes:
- Redesigned App, with fresh look.
- Simplified login using Google+ sign in
- New look Maps
- New App icon
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Free
73
3.7
User ratings
618
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
5
File size
2859 kb
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About Trails
Trails marks your life events to its corresponding location; digesting your entire day into a mapview. All the events (including the routes you traveled) are 'mapped' to provide a concise overview of any particular day of your life. You do not have to explicitly checkin, instead its all captured automatically.

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.

Relive
- 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 :)


PERMISSIONS
============
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.

Recent changes:
- Redesigned App, with fresh look.
- Simplified login using Google+ sign in
- New look Maps
- New App icon

Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 15, 2015
Unable to login Error message says "unable to connect to server, are you sure your Internet is working?" Which it is so not sure. Really wanted to try this
A Google User
May 4, 2015
Uninstalled The app has stopped syncing to the cloud. Keeps asking if I have internet connection.
A Google User
Apr 22, 2015
Stopped working Stopped working. Won't let me sign back in after reinstall.
A Google User
Feb 22, 2015
Crashes a lot
A Google User
Nov 20, 2014
So... I drive through midtown Manhattan? Yeah... this is pointless. Apparently if your location changes quickly, it just assumes you drove and makes up the route from whole cloth. Seriously, developers? Are you so California-bound you forgot subways even exist? Hard to find this very useful when the data is essentially made up.