Friday: A Phone App To Record Your Phone & Networking Activity [Android 2.2+]

People maintain diaries and journals to later read them and see what happened on which day. But remembering everything that happened during the day and then noting it down is not something many people are enthusiastic about. Here to help is a phone application called Friday.

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Friday is a phone application compatible with Android devices. The app is sized at nearly 4 MB and requires Android 2.2 or later. You can use the application to record events from your phone and social networks. You can control which things to grant and restrict access to the application. Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Foursquare accounts can be connected to help the app monitor your activities. The places you have been, the music you have listened to today, the pictures you have taken, can all be logged through Friday; in other words, you maintain a diary without actually doing any work.

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Check out Friday @ play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dexetra.friday (via The Next Web)

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Lisa Santika Onggrid

Is this a diary? More like a life log, like Nokia’s Live Blog. I’m afraid this will just turn into social media clutter rather than meaningful things we actually want to write about.