A new application gives people the chance to compose their last Facebook update – to be posted after their death,according to Orange Quirky news.
The free app, dubbed If I Die, lets people write posts or record videos to be published posthomously.
The morbid app is the product of Willook, an Israeli startup, which suggests using it to leave behind a final farewell, a long-held secret, or even one last insult.
The user chooses three Facebook friends to be “trustees” whose job it is to verify their eventual death.
The post-mortem messages can be published all at once to your Facebook wall or released on a designated schedule.
The company also emphasizes that no one, not even anyone at the company, can see the messages that users create until their death is verified.