How old are you in dog years? OK, smart one, that was easy. How old are you in elephant years? It’s a bit tougher to figure that one out, isn’t it? Well, no more. We have created an app that allows you to know your creature age within seconds. Perfect for curious children and their kid-like fathers and mothers, this app features neat photography of animals, too. And you just never know when you might want to find out your creature age. You might see a horse in a pasture and think, “What would it be like to be that horse? And how old would I be right now?” You might be cowering in a bush while a bear passes by, and you might think, “If he eats me right now, and I die, what age will I be in bear years at the time of my death?” And now you have the answers.
Creature Age includes:
- 29 creatures to choose from, each with a cool photo. (More to come in future releases!)
- Conversion of your age to each creature’s age.
- Information about each creature’s lifespan.
- Explanation of what your creature age means.
Creature Age does not collect any user-identifiable personal information at this time, nor do we currently have any plans to do so. In the credits section of the app, we do provide a link to our website and a non-linked (plain text) email address with which to contact us with questions or comments. If you email us, we'll hold onto your email address unless you tell us not to, in order to respond to you and, very rarely, perhaps to let you know of updates or new apps we've developed. You can unsubscribe at any time. We will never share your address with a third party. Parents, please don't let your children under the age of 13 email us directly. Rather, work with them to email us through your email address.
Most of the photos used in Creature Age come from the WikiMedia Commons and are licensed under Creative Commons licenses or in the public domain. Some photos we took ourselves. Here are the photographers for each of the photos you'll find in Creature Age:
Earth, by NASA!
Alligator, by James (scubadive67)
Anaconda, by Dave Lonsdale
Grizzly Bear, by Chad Teer
Polar Bear, by Ansgar Walk
Bonobo, by Psych USD
Female Cat, by Pirorino
Male Cat, by Lynne R. Lawrie
Cheetah, by Gary M. Stolz
Chimpanzee, by Thomas Lersch
Small Dog, by Steve-65
Medium Dog, by Thomas Vaclavek
Large Dog, "Hank the Dog," by Jamie Allen, co-creator of this app!
Bald Eagle, by Ken Thomas
Elephant, by Muhammad Mahdi Karim
Ferret, Public Domain
House Fly, by Look Sharp!
Horse, by Pia Gaarslev
Captive Lion, Public Domain
Wild Lion, by Yathin S. Krishnappa
Mayfly, by Cameraman
Moose, Public Domain
Mouse, by Rama
Seahorse, by Aquaimages
Great White Shark, by Sharkdiver.com
Eastern Gray Squirrel, by Nickomargolies
Tiger, by John and Karen Hollingsworth
Tortoise, by John5199
Blue Whale, by Anim1754
Wild Gray Wolf, by Retron