But as the film says, she probably could have avoided all these problems if she had just read the usage agreement. Elizabeth Lail (known as Beck from the first season of You) is student nurse Quinn. She meets a young man who was the victim of the application of death at the hospital where she works. Although she gives him a rather compelling story, she downloads the App herself, stupid, and discovers that she only has a few days to live. When she has ended all her plans (uh-oh User Agreement broken), a demon of the PG-13 variety, disguised as shadows, begins to follow her. At the hospital, Evan Meets Quinn, the main character (Elizabeth Hail), who is a nurse in the hospital. She tries to comfort Evan, who is due for an operation and on crutches and in a foot cast. Evan deplores Courtney`s death and is aware of his impending mortality, as the countdown app lets him die during an operation. As can be seen in the countdown trailer, the film follows young nurse Quinn Harris (Elizabeth Lail) who learns that she will die in a few days. Working with another countdown user who will soon die, Matt (Jordan Calloway), Quinn tries to understand how the app tortures her users so that she can avoid the death of her younger sister Jordan (Talitha Bateman). Although Quinn finally manages to save himself and Jordan and defeat the entity that turns on the app, the film ends with the sinister revelation of the countdown app, which receives an update and teases a sequel. Earlier than you can say « allow notifications, » a group of teens downloads the death app and misses outro gingms and restrictions on user agreements. « It`s just an app! » is one of them, who has already moved on to another form of recklessness.

But if the countdown proves real, the software manufacturer will be held accountable and an investigation will be opened. In his own home, Quinn researches the app and watches a video about it and reads comments that argue the video as a fake. Then she sees Evan`s mind freaking her out and lets her sleep in her car. The next day, her sister wakes her up and she enters. Her father is a-cout and left Jordan under the care of a family friend she ran away from. Jordan and Quinn come in after Jordan is not allowed to stay with his sisters and she says she`ll download the app and invite the old boy into the movie while she leaves. Quinn will buy a new phone from the mobile phone store, and the monsters from when the app looks at his new phone, also with a new number, SIM card and service. In her car, she sees the veiled figure in the back and ends up in someone`s car when she attacks him.

The other runner confronted him and Matt (Jordan Calloway) comes to their defense because he was there also via the countdown app. They go to the hospital to talk to the priest, and Matt is attacked in the bathroom, while Quinn is confronted by the human resources department, since Dr. Sullivan reversed the story to blame Quinn and she is then suspended. In a bar, they trick another benefactor into downloading the app so they can verify the user agreement and discover that changing plans that would lead to his death violates the user agreement. They talk to another priest (P.J. Byrne) who may be able to tell them about the demon that harassed them. He tells them that he might be able to help them more once they have hacked the app, so they go back to the phone store of yesteryear and bribe the branch manager (Tom Segura) to do so. They add more time to their app, as well as Jordan, since she downloaded the app and is expected to die three minutes before Quinn. Later that night, Matt spends the night with Quinn, and the two are warned that the countdown clock has been returned to its original hour. Quinn is then attacked by the demon, along with his sister, whom they rush to save the babysitter`s house.