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For a couple years I've thought about creating a geo-located tagging app. The idea is that anyone could use it like Delicious, but for tagging anything they want in the real world. Learning a mobile platform and creating the backend was always too much trouble for what is really just a fun little project. Now, I could write it in potentially less time than it's taking me to write this post. The Human.io API lets developers create mini-apps within its iOS and Android apps, with access to the camera and user location.
In the past months we have covered real-time client push services and seen the introduction of real-time client push technology and APIs to a number of services such as Superfeedr and DataSift. This focus on real-time push to client applications, and in particular web browser applications, is very exciting. The initial assumption would be that this movement has been triggered by an advancement in technology, and to some degree that is the case, but it might surprise you to know that the ability to push real-time updates into a web browser isn't new and has in fact been around for a number of years.