Feed the app basic information about your medical history and lifestyle, and it spits out the date that might just appear on your tombstone, along with a countdown clock that lets you watch as the seconds evaporate into regret.
WeCroak makes escapism feel futile: But WeCroak does have a sense of humor about mortality.
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You'll be given weekly and monthly readouts about your lifespan stats, based on your motion activity and sleep data. It then uses official health data to work out the average lifespan for a person like you, and then changes the number depending on how active your lifestyle is.
They die hard and stiff. So if you need encouragement to get fit, seeing your virtual lifespan rise every time you go for a run isn't a bad way of getting it.
This is WeCroak, and it sends you five quotes a day.
She knew that suffering through treatment for just an extra month of life was not really for her, but for her loved ones. But you may recall that Betty Hofstadt formerly Draper refuses chemotherapy for her lung cancer in those final episodes.
Read More. She is the former executive tech editor at HuffPost. Trembling with nerves before giving a talk to a group of strangers, I get a ping: The app is only available on iPhone right now, and it's still in beta test mode — which means it might have some bugs. Who are you?
Gero's science director Dr Peter Fedichev said: Russian boffins have created an app that uses activity data from your phone or smartwatch to estimate your lifespan — and it'll shrink if you're too lazy.
Or horribly, desperately anxious? Dazed media sites.
Over time, WeCroak changes the way I relate to my phone.