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If I die – application of death

Posted In Cool Gadgets - By JohnScript On Wednesday, January 11th, 2012 With 0 Comments

Israeli company Wilook has build an application that allows users to send messages after their death.

As you know, Facebook user profiles do not “die” as fast as the users die. If I die, the application allows users of social networks to send last wishes even years after their death. Morbid little thing! That’s why we love technology!

After you install this application, you choose “trustee” friends who will be responsible to verify and confirm your death. Then you can record or write as many posts you like, and they be published posthumously. After those “trusted friends” will confirm your death, the messages you have registered will be send to all at once or on a schedule set in advance – for example, one day each year.

The company justifies this act by the mere fact that you never know when you die and how many things you have not had the courage to tell them before. Through this application you are given the opportunity to leave something behind.

The idea came from Alfonta CEO Eran, co-founder of Wilook, after some friends who were involved in an accident asked him to create a website where they could record messages for their children that will be received only after their death.


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