New App Documents Your Physical Deterioration!

Finally, with the help of Noah Kalina and his “Noah K Every Day” project, you can now download an app for your phone or tablet device that will remind you to take a picture of yourself every day.

You’ve most likely seen, or at least heard of, Noah Kalina’s viral YouTube video in which he compiled thousands of pictures of himself, one from every day since 2000, into a 5-minute video. You can see the video here:

You might be asking yourself, “why would I do this?”

More appropriately, you should be asking yourself, “why wouldn’t I do this?”

We all know that one of the best parts of life is watching ourselves age, right? Nothing makes us feel better than waking up and taking note of all the physical changes we are going through each day. An even better ego-boost is to look through old photographs and see how time has changed our physical appearance.

Well now, a new app from Noah Kalina and friends will help you keep track! With “Everyday,” available at the iTune app store, you can take a photo of your face every day and make an ongoing movie of your physical changes. There’s nothing better than your own custom Youtube video to make you see how you have aged, right?

Instead of downloading apps that will help you maintain a better lifestyle, why not just monitor how your ongoing lifestyle choices are affecting your body?

The app will give you a line graph to help you line up comparable photographs each day, or you can just overlay the last photo you took and line it up that way. Either way, you will be able to use Everyday to track each wrinkle, pimple, and bad haircut you get.

Once again, an application that truly improves our way of life.

You can download the app here: Everyday App

Our question to you: Is there a practical use for the “Everyday” app?

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