Did you know that there are hidden clues in your voice that can tell you if you're healthy or not? Well, an app is claiming that it can decipher these clues with just a 30-second sample of your voice.
Kijini, the app that claims it can find your health problems with your voice, uses a combination of algorithms and mathematical equations to search through your voice sample for inconsistencies. This app goes beyond just diagnosing your current health condition. It can also test your voice sample for your mood and can even pick out diets that will benefit you the most.
The creators behind the app believe that the brain and body are holographic, meaning that every cell in the brain can represent the health of the entire body. This specific type of communication can be identified using sound frequencies that are picked up on the app. The Kijini team says that unraveling this information is similar to analyzing computer code.
They go on to explain that each organ and internal system gives off a unique frequency that tells the app the nutrients and minerals your body needs the most. This set of data allows the app to give you accurate tips on how to improve your day-to-day health, eliminate fatigue and much more.
Developers tried this revolutionary app on 10,000 volunteers and they say it passed with flying colors - their testing proved that the app functions at 95% accuracy. This technology is not new, though. Kijini has been in the works for over 25 years and has been tested, unofficially, on over 45,000 people. With the advancements in cellphone microphone technology, developers say the app is ready to take the world by storm.
The Nevada-based developing team is asking for $60,000 on the crowdfunding site, IndieGoGo, for producing and releasing their application. They are nearly halfway to their goal and offer perks to those who support Kijini. They are giving things like free beta-testing and health reports when the app is officially released.
We'll see if the app is worth the hype in a few months, when it's projected to hit the iTunes and Google Play store. Are you convinced about this health monitoring app? Let me know by commenting below!