When Foursquare check-ins and Facebook statuses start to lose their cool, it’s time to look for a new tool to measure one’s incalculable worldliness. Enter Strut, an iPhone application created by developer Thickpolicy that allows jet-setters to track their movements around the globe, one step at a time. The stylish interface uses GPS to pinpoint the user’s location and follows their movements around their city, country, or continent slowly “unlocking” tiles in a map. Users can compare their movements on leaderboards ranking one’s Strut and making you feel oh-so-uncultured compared to the guy who has touched down on every continent. One can also easily brag across multiple social media platforms with a single log-in, along with posting pictures and primping your own profile. Strut makes one’s worldliness that much more quantifiable, one tile at time.
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