The Fabric App Uses Digitally Recorded Moments to Make an Automated Journal

By: Hayley McGlone - Aug 12, 2016
References: thenextweb & techcrunch
The Fabric app creates an automated personal journal by collecting digitally recorded moments to map out.

The Fabric app accesses users social media accounts and camera roll to upload digitally recorded moments. The app then plots all of the photos based on location and date. The app can then tell users who they saw and what locations they visited on a trip. Users can look through a digital daily journal or click on a location bubble to see photos taken in a specific location.

The social component of the app lets users add friends and then the app tracks when both users spend time together. Users will eventually be able to record more than just photo memories on the Fabric app, such as notes or music.