Tag, You're It.
Remember the old playground game? Where you'd grab a bunch of friends and hang out at recess, and run around until the bell rang? Any number of variations of the game at your disposal every recess... Social activity that meant something positive and fun. Those were the days.
Today we tag people and things to make connections. To discover places, people and ideas. A tag is still bringing two things together, it has simply taken on much more meaning since our school days.
Well, what if we brought that back that original game, and changed the rules just a bit to incorporate the network effect, where crowd amassed purely on inviting your friends to play.
Tag is a simple social game, to visualize your social network as it grows, with a distributive distance algorithm to share your location in a safe and private way.
Tag started with one individual, and was released into the wild. Invite your co-workers, family, and neighbors. As time goes on, people might naturally hear e will invite others to the game. Consider it the largest game of Tag ever conceived.
We've also added a chat tool, to encourage positive interaction with those nearby. Maybe you catch wind of a construction project around the block, or a new coffee shop opening down the street. Share that news with the community and engage in real-time, hyper-local conversation.
Play tag, connect with people, and maybe make some new friends.
So, what's the point?
That we're all connected. And that local connections can have a positive impact in our lives. To see where it goes, to kept it simple and to keep it open.
Over time we will expand our features, paying attention to our users feedback closely, and the service will take shape from there.
Notice:as you are playing Tag we take your location updates frequently with every hunderard meters movement to keep u in the loop with people around u and connected with the right people,whenever the app is in background we take your location every 30 minutes for the same purpose.
Disclaimer: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life