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The app that helps you keep track of your sex life

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Sometimes it feels like there's an app for everything. How much you drink, sleep, eat and exercise; every element of your life can be measured, rated and analysed by a handy gadget.

So perhaps it is a natural - if slightly bemusing - progression that there is now an app for the amount of nookie you are getting (or not!)

The desktop and mobile app called Nipple helps you keep track of every detail of your sex life.

The app montiors everything from sexual position to the characteristics of your chosen bedfellow.

Users can also input what they used, where it took place and whether they had an orgasm or not. They are then asked to rate their sexual experience by selecting a smiley face which illustrates emotions from 'bad' to 'amazing' and 'top'.

While the app lets users create a private profile, once they have registered a username and password, it also provides the option of making details open to the public.

Each entree is awarded points and users can compare their sex life log with others on the database, which ranks the 3 most active public users of the week.

Nipple is currently available on desktop, Android and iOS devices.

Tell us, would you try the Nipple app?

(Images: Nipple, Rex Features)

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