The Wonder Clock
By Mira Kaddoura
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The Wonder Clock counts down a woman’s biological clock in real time. Not meant to be a medical diagnosis, it is an interactive, conceptual piece that seeks to start a necessary and empowering conversation about childbearing. The Wonder Clock confronts the question "how much time do I have left?" head on, giving women everywhere an open door to discuss this taboo topic.
Interesting concept. Complete & total scam in reality
I downloaded this after seeing a story online. I read the information in the article and in the app store description. It seemed like a good way to help convey this information to clients and for personal use. It is joke. $2.00 for essentially a one time use and no real information is provided. If an individual is over 40 it simply essentially says that you are past the age most people have children so too bad. Apparently the creator hasn't noticed the number of people over 40 having children. This could have been a great tool and even educational. Instead its worth is less than that of a late night "text ad" on tv to find out if your boyfriend is the one you should marry. If this is your question, google an article written by someone who knows or talk to your doctor. Spend your $2 on anything but this.
put the giggle in my belly
After all is said and done and you get through childhood, puberty, school, college, you enter the real world and try to become a real full fledged human suddenly you realize they're ready to roll the credits and you were busy making a life!! A little dose of humor to knock things back into perspective from the crazy static we all hear about this topic was just lovely. This app will make any woman over thirty giggle in her belly and as far as I'm concerned it's just what one needs sometimes.
Yes, true that you know your menopause will most likely hit in your 40-50's. But have you ever really calculated the days, hours, seconds? No, this is not a magic wand of an app that will magically tell you when the ultimate time of conception will be--it's a $2 app for goodess sake! All you do is enter your birthday and the clock starts counting down till you're 40-something years old. But it did give me some perspective. Maybe a slight motivation for some, a panic for others, or just nothing. I do like the color scheme.