Sakyrah Angelique got a tattoo under her left collarbone that an app can read, using her cellphone's camera and play an audio file, WGN reported. "A month before she passed, she left me a voicemail wishing me happy birthday".
A young woman using social media to show off her new tattoo sounds like a story that could have been written 10 years ago.
Purchase and activation costs $39.99 per year.
A video of it playing was shared on Twitter and has been viewed more than three million times.
Even those who are not usually fans of tattoos were moved by Angelique's inked tribute.
It's hard to know how to cope when you lose a loved one.
Until, she was introduced to SkinMotion's technology to able to hear her grandmother's voice.
"This is literally my grandma looking out for me", she later tweeted.
The website then saves the file as an image so it can later recognize it when customers scan the tattoo with an app. Angelique's devotion to her grandmother is deeper than Skin Motion, just take a look at the location of the tattoo.
As a result, users can play up to 30 seconds of the audio whenever they want to.
In the message, her grandma can be heard wishing her a happy birthday at midnight, before saying "love you".