Bleat Inc. announced today that it has released version 2.0 of their iPhone App, Where Have I Been (WHIB).
WHIB recently gained popularity in Russia, UK, and Netherlands doubling their download count per week. It also rose to being a top 10 Lifestyle app across multiple Scandinavian countries.
WHIB is one amongst several mobile apps that enables users to track their activity and whereabouts without any manual input. Human, Moves, and Argus being some of the others in the category. WHIB differentiates itself from others by skipping account creation, storing the data locally and privately (and not selling the data to advertisers)
"We are very excited to see users responding so well to the recent update” said Mridul Mehta, Bleat Inc. CEO. "This is just the beginning of our journey. WHIB offers it's users incredible insights into their lives without any input from them. With out updated UI, users can now see how they spend their day including how much time they spend at work, commuting, at the gym, traveling, or just sitting in one place. Our new Places UI also enables users to see countries, cities, or places they've visited, again without any input from the user."
"Soon WHIB will also enable you to see how your lifestyle compares with your friends and provide more details and insights while letting you have fun in using the app", continued Mehta.
WHIB is Bleat Inc.'s flagship app and will be offered free for the next 100,000 downloads after which the company plans to charge $0.99 for it.
For more information:
Mridul Mehta – email@example.com - www.bleatinc.com