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'If I Die' app posts final Facebook message
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- You can leave it up to a new app to post your final Facebook message. It's called the "If I Die" app.
The app allows you to post farewell messages and videos on your wall after you die.
You craft your goodbyes, load them into the app and then designate three friends as trustees, who will have to confirm your death. After they do, your farewells will get posted.
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