Smartphone app makes bid for public pleasure
A new app is hoping to revolutionise the sex toy industry, incorporating smartphone technology into people's sex lives.
Currently drawing funding from crowdsourcing site Indiegogo, REMOJI is an app that promises to draw inspiration from your favourite music to create discreet pleasure - wherever and whenever you want it.
Created by PicoBong, this interactive cartoon app is designed to work with four different sex toys that are due to launch in May 2016. According to the company, the app, if it reaches its funding target and makes it through to the app store, will give people the ability to control their toys in a fun, easy way. What's more, you'll be able to hand the controls over to your partner if you prefer.
"There's literally nothing like REMOJI on the market right now - everything else even close to it seems content to use some lines and graphs to control vibrations, which in our opinion, is not particularly fun or sexy," claims the company on Indiegogo.
The app takes the lead from your favourite music to set its vibrations - something that's designed to give you more control over your pleasure.
"REMOJI bumps to the beat of different music genres like hip-hop, indie, punk or dub-step so you can settle into your perfect rhythm. Give him a swipe he’ll switch up the speed, change his dance style and keep you both building up to that ultimate drop," the company adds.
The potential launch of REMOJI isn't the only interesting prospect on the horizon recently. Also launched via Indiegogo, Lioness is a new product on the market that claims to be different to the norm. This 'smart' vibrator records data about women's sexual pleasure in order to help people learn about what they really enjoy.