You work on multiple projects (for multiple clients) on multiple browser tabs at the same time.
Time tracking app that lets you assign each browser window to a particular project. This way when you are multitasking (because you are waiting for something to complete on one browser while doing something in another), the app will automatically track all your work time on all projects simultaneously.
It would be helpful to discover who else is advertising to your audience, how long, what ads seem to work for them (based on time used), etc.
A service of marketers. Create profiles that would be included in the target audience of the marketer, monitor these profiles, and register all the information available like ad creatives, times presented, first seen, last seen, linked to, etc.) Based on these samples detect patterns that show what and who is doing well with your audience.
You are returning to the same hotel because last time was great. You may want the same room you had or the exact opposite, and you might want something different.
The hotel should track your history and when trying to book again, actively offer you both options.
It looks like the research in the past ten to twenty years has shown that carbohydrates are the main culprit in many health problems.
An app that lets you input the food you eat by searching, selecting from a list or taking a picture and letting the app recognize the food. The app keeps track of the food, and it’s carbohydrate content (and as a bonus also of other nutrients needed) and tells you how much you consumed so far today. This way you can control your intake much better.
You cannot click on a word in a real book to get more information like you can in an ebook reader.
By wearing an augmented reality device (like Google Glass) that can also visually track what you’re doing (like hand gestures), you can simulate the act of clicking on anything in a book and see more information about it projected on the page you are reading.