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How can Joe Shmoe track the U.S. military’s overseas drone strikes?

Answer: a new app called Metadata+

by / February 18, 2014

It took the developer six tries, but the app was finally accepted in the Apple store. Users can receive a push notification each time a drone shoots a missile. Available metrics include the date, location and victims of each strike. There is also a map of previous U.S. drone strikes across the Middle East and Somalia. Iphone users can check out Metadata+ in the Apple app store.