Feltron Report Releases App To Let Users Track Their Own Lives

Feltron Report Releases App To Let Users Track Their Own Lives

The Reporter app randomly sends out surveys to users and aggregates responses as data visualizations.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 22 november 2013

The Reporter app is an activity-tracking app that creates a visual report of various aspects of the user’s life.

The app sends out little surveys to users at random times of the day and then aggregates the responses as different visualizations or graphs similar to those typically seen in company annual reports or boardroom meetings.

Users can customize the questions to highlight parts of their lives that they wouldn’t normally track.


The app was created by Nick Felton, Drew Breunig, and Friends of the Web. Felton and Breunig have been working on the app since 2011. Felton used the app to create his 2012 annual Feltron Report which is like an annual report on his personal life, which he has been releasing since 2005.

The app has yet to be released for iPhone. Those interested to be notified when it does can sign up on the website.



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