Ever thought of a personal assistant/journal app syncing all of your online and offline activities over the cloud or your own posts? It’s name is Friday. This app uses the information from the accounts you sync it to, for the purpose of channeling your day-to-day activities in the form of predictions, advice or an all out time-warp system where you can look back to any day of your life and it helps you recall what exactly you did. Sounds a little creepy but if you’re the type who’s constantly on the go and your day jumps from event to event, then the Friday app may be just for you.
Now in the Beta version, Friday can help you track what you did, when you want. When did you last call your father? How long does my trip to work take everyday? Questions like these are programmed to be answered by Friday with no delay. It can even let you know how often you do a certain thing such as call your father. Looking through the statistics it gives you, it can even tell you how long your calls usually run from and the quantities of missed calls, incoming calls and out coming calls you are involved with. You may notice a few bugs and kinks but remember that this is only in beta version right now and the developers of Friday say that more features are coming.
At the moment, I don’t see much use in this app for myself but maybe in time when more features come along, there can definitely be something about this that I look into and use regularly as my personal analytic cloud journal. It’s user interface is smooth as well which I have to mention. Go take it for a test run if you want and let us know what you think about it. Check out some screen shots of Friday below!: