Tomorrow will see the launch of a new app on I-Tunes that will allow mobile users to confirm if they are suffering from brain cancer associated with too much mobile phone usage.
Designers for the app have already released some tantalising information on some of the programme's key features. The motion detector in any hand-set will sense if a person is having a tumour induced fit. The handy GPS will also automatically point any user towards the nearest oncology consultant for a second opinion or if you prefer you can just ‘bump’ handsets with a doctor to swap details. The touch sensitive screen will allow you to call emergency services by licking the screen if you lose mobility in both arms. Finally, the programme has a novelty sub-game in which you can up-load pictures of yourself and your partner to see what your child would have looked like if you weren’t going to die.
However, the app manufactures have been keen to stress that if users do have serious concerns about their health, they should instead seek more reliable and professional medical information via Wikipedia or Twitter.