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Everybody is knows that smartphones comes with low battery capacity, especially the moment you enable the internet connection. However, some phone makers have been doing all their possible best to offset this issue by bringing on bigger batteries with fast charging technology. But of course, your battery cannot last forever. Once you start getting low battery warnings, some of the features and apps on your smartphone stops working.

Low battery situations can be annoying at-times, for instance, when communicating with a friend or a business partner, but the usage of the app in question is a worthwhile experience.

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What is “Die With Me” App? 

“Die With Me” app was launched about a couple of days ago on iOS and Android platform and is aimed to make you take advantage of your phone’s dying moments. It has a chatroom that is only accessible when your battery is less than 5%.

According to the creator of the app, Dries Depoorter told Motherboard,

We wanted to do something positive with a low battery.

“And now we see people happy with a low battery having low battery conversations.”

How It Works?

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The app is a bit interesting. When you go below 5%, you’ll be ushered in a chatroom where you get to chat with other people and see their battery percentages next to their chats. The app asks only for a nickname, which means it is technically an anonymous chartroom with people rambling about anything as you watch their battery percentages plummet.

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This looks like a fun app to use but the novelty might wear off after some time on the app. However since most of you have low battery anxiety, you may end up charging your phones soon enough, but it is encouraging to see people thinking outside the box to come up with new social networks.

For Android users, click HERE to download and iOS users can download it HERE

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