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Age Calculator, a Windows Phone app that may make you feel older

Age Calculator is a Windows Phone app that will break down your age into years, months, days, hours, minutes and seconds. The app doesn’t do much beyond that.

The Windows Phone app has a simple interface and does come across with a bit of a novelty feel. Still, it is somewhat interesting see how those years can translate into seconds. It may surprise you how quickly those seconds can add up.

Age Calculator’s interface is simple and straightforward. On the one and only page of the app, you have fields to enter your birth date and time. Across the bottom of the screen are four control buttons that include:

  • A contact link for the developer
  • A rate the app button
  • A link to view the About Screen
  • A link to view more apps by the developer

Below the three-dot menu you have the same options, just in link form.

Once you enter your birth date and time, just hit the “Calculate” button and Age Calculator does its thing.

The app will display the day of the week you were born along with your age in years, months and days. Age Calculator will then break your age down in years, months, days, hours, minutes and seconds.

There’s really not much to Age Calculator but it does a good job of breaking your age down. I wouldn’t mind having the ability to share your age with others but then again, if you’re a couple of several hundred thousand seconds old you may not feel like sharing.

Age Calculator may not appeal to everyone but it is a free, ad-support app that is available for both Windows Phone 8 and 7.x devices. You can find your copy of Age Calculator here in the Windows Phone Store.

QR: Age Calculator

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.

28 Comments
  • A bit silly app but it gives me ideas :-)
  • After the WP8.1 pace of things, this was oddly calming.
  • Calming, yes!
  • Random article of the day
  • question of the day: why should I buy an app that makes me feel older?
  • Um because its free :P
  • Back in my day, we had to work hard for our apps! 99 pennies they costed us. Kids these days, so spoiled.
  • The UI doesn't look good at all. BTW I had one Age calculator app long back and the UI was good but I un-installed it as it was buggy.
  • This developer must be colorblind!
  • "Cortana, how much time since (enter date here)"
    FTW
  • I figured she could do it.  Oh well, I guess I need to install this app.
  • Phewww thank god this app is finally here, I've been looking for an app like this. FINALLY we can now say WP has caught up to ios and android!
  • I think ecosystem parity has at last been achieved.
  • Clearly not until today. Or does this app put us over the top?
  • Seriously, a whole article for this app? LOL
  • It must be the first app from Daniel's son. That's the only reasonable explanation.
  • A decent app. But I prefer the age calculator in Calculator Toolbox.
  • Probably would be great for kids waiting to get to age 18. Notice you did not see Ponder using his DOB in the article. lol.
  • Could've used something like this for my 10,000th day of existence last year :D
  • Wow!  How did it go?
  • I think I could have made it through the day without knowing about this one. I could get this info with any calculator in about 30 seconds.
  • I wonder what the hell justifies that THIS particular useless application deserved the right to a review on WP Central.
  • more clicks.
     
  • Can it analyze my stool sample
  • Yes!  Try it!
  • Why this app. Needs location ???
  • It can cross reference your stool sample by geographic location.  See comment above.
  • Dangit.  How do I scan in a QR code in 8.1?