If you have less than 5% battery you just have to enter a nickname and you can say goodbye to other people with a dying battery.
Dries Depoorter is an artist working with technology and works also as a freelance concept provider.
David Surprenant lives in Montreal as a freelance interactive developer. It's main projects are more focused on public interaction and especially with web technology.
Presented in collaboration with IDFA DocLab
- bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Fun but needs some improvements
The app is a bit difficult to work with but is super entertaining. Usually when I open the app I have to scroll for about 5 minutes just to see what I am typing if that could be fixed that would be great. Maybe having it scroll back down whenever you send something into the chat idk. It’s just frustrating but once you get to the conversation it’s very fun. Also plz at a report feature. Thx :)
There were so many people talking at the same time that I couldn’t actually have a conversation with anyone. Also, some people were talking in foreign languages which made it impossible for me to talk to them. I think instead of being thrown into one big chat everyone who logs on should be paired with one person who’s at the same battery percent is you. Also, you should select a language before so you can be paired with someone you can actually talk to.
Some random person: What are you doing? Me: Oh, nothing. Just waiting for my iPad to die. Some random person: And why is that? Me: Because I want to chill out with people with less than 5% battery. Some random person: Oh.
- Dries Depoorter
- 19.7 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Dries Depoorter & David Surprenant
- In-App Purchases
- Extra Battery Access $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.