The Rove travel app for iPhone allows users to document the nuances of their day. With the fast-paced lifestyles that many of us lead, it’s hard to remember what we had for lunch, let alone what we did on the weekend. The Rove app lets you take a trip down memory lane; even if that memory was only last week.
The app is completely self-sufficient, which means you don’t have to lift a finger. It simply compiles GPS data to see where you’ve been. But if you’re worried about stalkers, don’t: unlike Facebook check-ins, the app functions completely privately and only you can access your personal electronic trail of crumbs. The app is also battery-efficient and works based off movement; that is, if you’re immobile, the app is borderline inactive in order to conserve battery life.
If you can’t remember the cool Asian fusion place you went to last week or even the whereabouts of yesterday, check out the Rove app’s automated record of your locations. It often guesses your locations, but you can quickly edit them according to a surrounding map and add your own photos to make the record a more visual experience.