If you're like me, you like to know things about your location. Sure, most of the crap you want to know is trivial, but it's still fun -- and that's basically the entire idea behind a very cool new app called Sitegeist. In a nutshell, this app gives you all sorts of different info about your current location, including:

  • Average age and sex of the town's residents
  • Average number of children per household
  • Average income and political contributions
  • Weather - current conditions, average temps, record temps
  • Fun things to do
  • Median age of homes, median home value, and average rent
  • ...and more

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Not only does the app provide some really useful information, but it looks damn good doing it. It uses the Android design guidelines and the Holo dark theme, but each category (People, Weather, Fun, History, Housing) features its own unique colors scheme. Pretty.

Sitegeist is a free app, and definitely one worth installing - hit the widget to check it out.

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Dominic Powell

    You should add that it does so beautifully to the title.

  • coversnails

    It only has data for America. Not complaining just pointing out for international readers.

  • Sandy Whitmore

    Looks quite pretty. I hope Canadian locations are added in the near future!

  • Sraldo

    useless in europe

  • woj_tek

    "Sorry, data for your location could not be found" - how useful... not...

  • Wam31

    Why did you put 5 stars as the market rating when it's 4.2 ?

    • Steve

      AppBrain widgets take long to load and even longer to update, so the score is probably outdated. If it wasn't for the other information they provided, I wouldn't know why AP actually bothers using them :/

      • Nick Coad

        Presumably they (AndroidPolice) have a financial incentive for using them, advertising revenue or something.

  • a-duh

    No data in Canada. Should be restricted to US downloads until other regions actually have info.

  • needa

    seems like info i should get through google now.