Last.fm founders have created Lumi, a service that uses people’s web browsing history to suggest what pages they should visit next.
The founders of music website Last.fm have created a new service that tracks users’ web browsing history to suggest sites they might be interested in. Lumi is a web discovery tool for effortlessly finding relevant news, information, entertainment and products.
The secure platform uses people’s browsing history to identify trending and recommended pages in real-time with no other actions required. The feed of individual suggestions of relevant and popular web pages automatically adapts to what the user browses.
Lumi is simple to start using, you just need to sign up and install the Firefox extension. It will immediately deliver suggestions based on interests derived from your uploaded browsing history. There is no need to select categories, tick boxes, or subscribe to feeds, just keep on browsing.