Harvest geolocation user info with Creepy

Creepy is an application that allows you to gather geolocation related information about users from social networking platforms and image hosting services.

The information is presented in a map inside the application where all the retrieved data is shown accompanied with relevant information (i.e. what was posted from that specific location) to provide context to the presentation.

Map providers available:

  • Google Maps
  • Virtual Maps
  • Open Street Maps.

Location information retieval from:

  • Twitter’s tweet location
  • Geolocation information accessible through image hosting services API
  • EXIF tags from the photos posted.

Social networking platforms currently supported:

  • Twitter
  • Foursquare (only checkins that are posted to twitter).

Image hosting services currently supported:

  • flickr – information retrieved from API
  • twitpic.com – information retrieved from API and photo exif tags
  • yfrog.com – information retrieved from photo exif tags
  • img.ly – information retrieved from photo exif tags
  • plixi.com – information retrieved from photo exif tags
  • twitrpix.com – information retrieved from photo exif tags
  • foleext.com – information retrieved from photo exif tags
  • shozu.com – information retrieved from photo exif tags
  • pickhur.com – information retrieved from photo exif tags
  • moby.to – information retrieved from API and photo exif tags
  • twitsnaps.com – information retrieved from photo exif tags
  • twitgoo.com – information retrieved from photo exif tags.



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