Traverse is an iOS app that allows users to search, save, rate and review their favorite places around the world and see maps of everyone in their personal network. Additionally, with our segmented news feed (think Instagram) users can discover new places from the global traverse network or stay up-to-date on their friend’s activity. Users can also share lists of these custom maps externally over text, email, and social media.

Traverse is built on a graph database that tracks 26 attributes related to user activity and behavior to build social graphs. With this database we plan to help travel and leisure publication companies (think Lonely Planet or Huffington Post) better engage their audiences using our user demographics to re-target content in the form of relevant maps. More to the point, companies like these mostly produce chunky web-based content thus Traverse will make that content mobile and actionable (via curated maps) while increasing the accuracy and relevance of that con...
Traverse is an iOS app that allows users to search, save, rate and review their favorite places around the world and see maps of everyone in their personal network. Additionally, with our segmented news feed (think Instagram) users can discover new places from the global traverse network or stay up-to-date on their friend’s activity. Users can also share lists of these custom maps externally over text, email, and social media.

Traverse is built on a graph database that tracks 26 attributes related to user activity and behavior to build social graphs. With this database we plan to help travel and leisure publication companies (think Lonely Planet or Huffington Post) better engage their audiences using our user demographics to re-target content in the form of relevant maps. More to the point, companies like these mostly produce chunky web-based content thus Traverse will make that content mobile and actionable (via curated maps) while increasing the accuracy and relevance of that content given our user social graphs.
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Jeremy Smith Advisor at CurbNinja

I briefly met Colby but he seemed like a hustler. Product looked kind of cool and with the right focus they might be on to something