I know. It's errie. Downloading the app that puts a countdown on the day you "Supposedly" die.
If I avoid any possibility of going earlier, mine's is scheduled in the year 2065; that's if we are talking about living on average to 75 years of age.
But in discussion of life expectancy rates, it differs from country to country. Australia (81ish) rates higher than US (79 years of age) and if you live in Angola you are expected to average around 44 years.
The map below indicates where the longer life expectancy rates lie:
In addition, different eras have different rates. If I was living on the Neolithic era (10,200 BC) I would have been dead by 20.
All in all, I'm not sure what the Life Clock does for me, it's a free app and as a cool little feature to add all the things you want to do on the bucket list. That way you can savour every moment of your life in doing the things you want to do.
Life is precious; don't waste it!