Admit it, everyone is a bit curious. But not to the point of looking at others' cell phones. Not? The first social network that gathers onlookers from around the world has arrived. They are already calling it the "Obama app."
The thing is serious. Dilma canceled a visit to the United States when she discovered spying on Brazilian affairs. But do not need be like that. After all, sharing photos and videos has become a common thing. But there are people who are not content.
The PeekInToo app is a social network of eavesdroppers - but in a good way. He offers a peek at what's going on someone else's cell phone for a few seconds. Using a map, you locate the registered cell phones. It may be in the same ballad you are in, or on the other side of the world. Once you have chosen the location, you submit a request for a peek. If accepted, the person on the other side must squeeze the camera sensor and film what happens on the other side. You can get travel tips. Or simply travel the world through mobile - from others. Everything lasts 12 seconds and is not recorded anywhere. Did you like it? Click here to download at no charge.
Watch the video and see how it works.