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Track Who Owes What with Who’s Got My Stuff for WP8
If you’re nice, you’ve probably lent out something of yours to someone. If you’re really nice, you might have lent out a couple more things to some people. And if you’re really nice, you probably need an app to track all the things you’ve lent out to people so you don’t forget them. But you’re not that nice, because otherwise you’ll just give these things away. So to all the really nice folks who also happen to use a Windows Phone 8 device, there’s now an app that will actually keep track of all the personal belongings that you’ve lent out to other people.
Developed by XDA Forum Member poken1151 for the WP8 platform, Who’s Got My Stuff? (WGMS) is a simple and well-designed app that lets you keep tabs on who owes you what. The main screen displays all active ‘time capsules’, which are records of information that include:
You can also set a return date and details of when your friend finally returns your item. Additionally, you have the option to display a countdown, search contacts, add shortcuts to creating “time capsules”, and backup and restore your WGMS data to and from SkyDrive (now rebranded as OneDrive).
If you would like to find out more, visit the application thread for more details.
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