If the world hasn’t gotten public enough, now we can add our private browser searches to our public timeline. The new web app OverShareMe has officially taken what we share on social media to a whole new level. The hack app was created by Darren Nix, a developer at Angelhack SF, a company that brings up start up communities around the country for “hackathon” competitions. Judges for the competition include Mashable‘s former editor-at-large Ben Parr among others. Clearly, this hack app could be deemed one of the best the company has ever seen.
OverShareMe is basically an extension of Google Chrome and can be installed right into Chrome browser for tracking. After creating a username to track your searches under, the app then tweets your Google searches via the app’s Twitter account, @PlzOverShareMe. While the app does not tweet your searches out the your followers, this isn’t something that will not be up for consideration. According to the timeline, the team has been testing the app out only this week so it is still in beginning phase and has plenty of room for tinkering. This is definitely an overshare indeed. In your face Google.
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