The Reporter. This app helps users build a database of their own habits and moods by requesting data via iPhone alert at random times throughout the day. Then it helps users visualize their digital selves with Feltron Annual Report–style charts.
Move-o-scope. Running in the background of a smartphone, the Moves app tracks the activity level and location of its users. The website Move-O-Scope, by design studio Halftone, renders the default Moves timeline as a brightly colored map, so users can see the patterns in their lives.
Meal Memory. For diabetics, the Meal Memory app—by Databetes creator Douglas Kanter—visually correlates food data with blood-sugar readings to help users understand how their meals affect their health.
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