Want to creep on the person you’re going to be sitting next to on the plane? There’s an app for that according to the Huffington Post. The newest version of Quicket features a “social check-in“ option that allows you to surf the Facebook profiles of your fellow passengers before you even board the plane. The catch of course, is that they too, will be able to stalk you via your profile. Alas, Quicket has not provided the answer to a very important question regarding the creation of this feature: Why?
This January 30, 2014 photo taken in Washington,DC, shows the splash page for the social media internet site Facebook. US stocks moved higher Thursday in early trade following solid US economic growth data, while Facebook's 14 percent gain on strong profits drove a 1.1 percent surge in the Nasdaq. AFP PHOTO / Karen BLEIER (Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)(Photo credit should read KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)