No notifications. No ads. No sign up. No profile. No followers.
Just you and your Life.
Sometimes Life seems really short, and other times impossibly long.
This app will help you to emphasize that it’s most certainly finite.
Life shows you, the days, months and years you have left and that they are all you have got.
Don’t be afraid, that means the only appropriate word to describe your time left is “precious”.
So I hope this app will enable you to create a Life in which you will be happy and creative.
What about your Privacy?
I think Privacy is a fundamental human right.
To that end, I have designed Life from the ground up without any external framework.
In this way, your data, like your birthdate, stays entirely private.
How can you help me?
As I don’t collect any data on this app, to improve it I need your help!
You can send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for any feedback, issues, bugs on this app or just to say “Hello!”.
A special thank you to Wait But Why for this amazing article.
Without their work, this app would not have seen the light of day.
What kind of information is collected?
I need your help to improve Life app because I don’t collect any data.
I invite you to send me an email to email@example.com if you have any problems or questions.
More about personal data
I made the choice to not collect any personal data on this site or on Life app!
Given that fact, I have no information about you like your name, sex, address email (except if you send me an email 😊), home address, phone number or any other personal data.
When you open Life for the first time, I ask you to enter your birthdate. This data isn’t transmitted outside of your local device, it’s only stored the same way as your personal display settings.
Your personal data, that I do not own, can’t be used or sold to a third party.
I don’t want the responsibility of your personal data, so I never collect it! I think it’s better for both of us.
Life app does not gather or transmit any Personally-Identifying Information outside of your local device. It only stores preferences about the user interface within its local database.
Updated: October 16, 2020 by Julien Lacroix