Countdown App

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About this app

Your countdown is waiting. Based on the horror movie Countdown, this app will predict exactly how long is left.

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In COUNTDOWN, when a young nurse (Elizabeth Lail) downloads an app that claims to predict exactly when a person is going to die, it tells her she only has three days to live. With time ticking away and death closing in, she must find a way to save her life before time runs out.

WARNING: This application may not be suitable for users with epilepsy.

Disclaimer: this app is for entertainment purposes. Results should not be taken seriously.
Updated on
Jun 21, 2023

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App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
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Ratings and reviews

90.6K reviews
Adam Walker (reGenR8ion)
November 25, 2020
Quite an interesting recreation for sure. :) I like how the user agreement was recreated as faithfully as possible, and I think it's pretty cool how every time you reset the app, the date is always randomized. What I really don't get, however, are the random sound effects throughout the app (except for the sound when the countdown starts as well as the "violation of terms of service" alert), the app controlling the flashlight so early on (it should be when the countdown is nearing its end for better effect), and the highly unusual placement of a play button which really doesn't have a purpose as it just crashes the app. Recommendations: Delete the unnecessary random sound effects, fix the flashlight manipulation, and please explain what the play button was originally intended to do or just remove it completely. And possibly see if you can make a version that has no ads on it please.
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A Google user
January 23, 2020
Downloaded the app. No noise, just a constant vibrating from my phone like a heartbeat even with the app closed. Tried to turn off the vibration but the app has no settings. It is set up just like the movie. Told me I have 45 yrs, 273 days, 6 hours and seconds to go. Uninstalled the app and then tried to re-install. Went to the app store and instead of being able to install it as new. It showed up as an already dormant app. Clicked it and my time picked up where it left off. Creepy!
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Tra Lee
February 7, 2022
The "Ring A Round The Rosey" song is a nice touch, but the fact that it's controlling the flashlight is absolutely annoying. And what's with all the ads and how they give you extra time on your life? The app in the movie didn't give that option. I don't see their flashlights blinking like crazy. Then you got the vibration at like a pulse setting, that you also can't change. This app is just a way to watch your battery die incredibly fast because of the flashing constantly and the vibration.
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