What Are the Odds of Dying in a Plane Crash? Ask App

What Are the Odds of Dying in a Plane Crash? Ask App

When Nic Johns set out to cure his wife's fear of flying in 2014, he never imagined the journey would lead to a wildly successful app on iTunes. The whole thing started as a pet project—something to reassure Julie whenever the two had to travel long distance. "Really, it was a joint effort between myself and my wife," the London-based software developer and statistics whiz told Newsweek. "We just wanted to make something that would show her and remind her how safe it really was to fly." Fast-forward three years, and Am I Going Down? has been downloaded tens of...

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