The University of Michigan is offering students a free trial of an app that will track all of your social media activity in real-time.
The app, called “Social Tracker,” works in conjunction with Facebook’s own Graph Search service.
It will track your Facebook friends, your Twitter followers, your Instagram posts, your LinkedIn contacts, your Google+ friends, and your LinkedIn posts.
“The app will give you an in-depth view of your Facebook friend list, your followers, and all of the things you do on social media,” according to a statement on the app’s website.
“It will also show you how much you spend on your Facebook page, Twitter account, and LinkedIn account and how much time you spend there.
You can also use it to see which of your friends are active on your account and which are not.”
The app is free to download and will be available to the public starting on April 14.
You will be able to track your friends’ and followers’ activity and share your own with the app.
You’ll also be able share your friends with your friends on Facebook and Twitter.
The app will track what you’re posting on your friends, but you can turn off this functionality at any time.
The University of Maryland has a similar app called “The Book Club.”
This app uses Facebook’s Graph Search to help users track their friends, followers, likes, and followers.
It is also available on iOS and Android.
“Our Book Club app allows you to access your friends and their content from within Facebook and lets you share and organize them in a powerful and personalized way,” reads a description on the company’s website.
“It also lets you add up to 5,000 of your favorite people from your social network to your book club.
The Facebook app allows users to view all of their friends’ activity, but only those who are logged into the app can see the information.
Users can also filter their friends by their name, email address, or location.