Now, if you don’t receive your phone an application informs caller what are you doing

December 3, 2014 Author:
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An iOS/Android app has been planned in such a way that it automatically updates and allots information about what the users are up to with their friends.

The application helps users to let their friends know why exactly they are not able to receive their calls.

According to Tech Crunch, Status uses a big ol' array of data to find out what one is up to, and automatically shares that information with a favorite list of friends.

Status can find out about the whereabouts of the users via Geo-fencing (geofencing is a feature in a software program that uses the global positioning system (GPS) or radio frequency identification (RFID) to define geographical boundaries). A geofence is a virtual barrier and automatically set ones status to "At [wherever]."

The report also added that in case the user is somewhere that the app doesn't recognize, it'll just say "Out and about”.