For 20 days, you and a stranger will experience the world in your own way, together.
Don't worry, this app won't pinpoint your exact location on a global map, nor will it reveal any kind of personal information. 20 Day Stranger uses the APIs of Foursquare, Google Maps, and Instagram to tailor and replicate every day of yours. For example, by using Foursquare's API, the app will detect that you are in a restaurant, for example, and it would attach a relevant picture and share this piece of info with your anonymous peer. Interestingly, this process goes both ways, so if your partner in 20 Day Stranger does something, you would be able to see it, too.
We would wager that most people won't find the idea of sharing everything they do on a daily basis with a stranger quite fascinating, but those curious to experience another person's life in a rather intimate and personal way might find 20 Day Stranger truly intriguing. The app is being beta tested at the moment, so if it sounds like your cup of tea, you can follow the source link and apply for participation in this curious project.
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source: 20 Day Stranger via Gizmodo