SAN FRANCISCO — Rewind.me hopes to do for social media what the DVR did for TV viewing.
The permission-based app collects data from Foursquare, Facebook, Instagram and others and organizes it to illustrate a consumer’s personal timeline, down to the minute. Version 1.3 went live on iPhone last week. In short, it is a recorded history of one’s activities and habits in a Timeline-esque presentation.
Consumers are awarded a Klout-like R:Factor score that reflects their habits in more than 300 categories, ranging from restaurants and bars to hotels and gyms.
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