And if you won’t, this app will make sure you do.
After a breakup, it’s always the small things that pain us, making it twice as hard to move on. Enter Shryne, a new app that catalogues our cyber histories (real term) in personalized archives. It takes our texts, emails, social media and compiles them into individual relationship news feeds. Kind of brilliant, and a little bizarre.
One great thing the app does is look at how we communicate with particular people and give us an overview of our relationship with them. But the best part is that is allows you to “freeze” all content from someone you might not want to see on your social media — it renders them almost invisible so you don’t just stumble across a photo of them having a great time while you’re on a SATC marathon at 11pm on a Saturday…
So what do you think about this approach to letting go? An updated version of the relationship shoeboxes we once kept (that were then stowed under the bed), or a little too much — and a tad creepy?