New iPhone App Helps You Remember Where You Scattered Grandma’s Ashes
We were emailed last week about the launch of ‘Resting Here‘, a smartphone app that helps you locate the resting place of your loved one through GPS. Once the smart phone app gets you to within 5 meters of the Resting Place a “pop up” will appear on the screen of your smart phone that reads “Tap for Memories”.
From the company’s website:
Our products are designed for preserving the memory of your family member or loved one for generations to come. With the use of QR (quick response) codes that are placed on the prayer cards taken from the funeral home we make it possible to watch your loved ones memorial video right on the screen of your smart phone. Scan the QR Code to play the video at any time you wish to recall these special memories.Advertisement
We also supply families with the RestingHere.com smart phone app that uses GPS technology to find your loved one’s Resting Place at any time in the future. Once the RestingHere.com smart phone app gets you to within 5 meters of the Resting Place a “pop up” will appear on the screen of your smart phone that reads “Tap for Memories”. Watch the memorial video in the peace and quiet that surrounds your loved one. Using our smart phone app makes it easy to find the exact Resting Place of your loved one that may fade with time. The use of the RestingHere.com smart phone app is invaluable to those that chose a cremation option where ashes may have been spread in a non traditional cemetery.
There is not much information on the site except for the below video. There is also a large ‘Buy Now’ button on the home page but when clicked it doesn’t go anywhere.
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