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There’s a (death) app for that

Nowadays, there seems to be an app for almost anything. If we look back in history it all began with Apple in 2009, who started using the phrase "There's an app for that" in TV ads to show off the multitude of apps available for iOS devices through its popular App Store, which opened July 2008.

So, as a death doula, can apps help me or my clients when it comes to death? Apparently, there are at least 12 apps! I came across these blogs which had some good information about apps for death and dying and thought I would use my blog to share them with you. Check them out. Apps for Death and Dying, published March 26th, 2019 12 Apps for the End of Life, Published on April 30, 2015

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