So far we have Facebook, Myspace, and the list goes on and on, and now we have Raptr.  The difference is that Raptr is meant specifically for the gamer in all of us.  Much like Xbox Live, Raptr allows us to track our friends and what games they are playing.  


The thing that sets Raptr apart is that it tracks your games on Windows, Mac, Xbox Live, Steam, World of Warcraft and shares it not only with the Raptr client, but with Facebook, twitter and Friendfeed.


Raptr is a client much like a Twitter client that shows you what game your friends are playing and when, and on what system.  Raptr can get more detailed information as well, but that depends on the system and the game.  Raptr also provides a website view similar to twitter.


Raptr does not associate itself with gaming itself, but calls itself a social network as to provide more appeal to the non-hardcore gaming communities.


Raptr is currently in public beta.  You should check it out if you haven’t already.


[via TechCrunch]