Would whoever invents them please send me some kind of royalty fee? Never run into your ex while looking like hell again. Never run into your ex with his hot new girlfriend. Never run into your ex at an intimate, dimly lit restaurant, where the waiter sits you next to his table.
You enter his phone number, Track Your Ex tells you where he is. Okay it's got stalker potential too but who are we, the Love Police? Your crush who is, unfortunately, attached, suddenly becomes single. This app tells you when. Time to phone and ask if he'd like to catch up for a drink and maybe help him get over it. You enter his or her name and this app accesses his medical records - well, if Medicare can do it - and you find out whether he has a sexual disease you don't want to catch.
Except it's not really anonymous because his last girlfriend has put him on a blacklist that Cheaters Anonymous can now access and tell you if you have a real player you'd like to avoid. Maybe it works on body heat.
This app guides you about the best questions to ask on a first date so that you get maximum information without appearing to give him an inquisition. Good In Bed Guide: You take a photo of him dancing, this app analyses whether he has the moves in other places.
Dr Christine Knox from the Queensland University of Technology said the increase of random sex partners was frightening. The microbiologist and mother of three adult children said the Blendr app was "terrifying" because it increased the likelihood of casual sex with "people who you know very little about". Having sex with multiple partners is one of the top three factors that heighten the chance of contracting a sexually transmitted disease, Dr Knox said.
A lot of people think they're healthy and have no infections at all. A year-old tradesman told the Daily he downloaded the app three weeks ago and found it a good way to meet like-minded people. He said he had had sex with a different woman almost every night, but defended Blendr's image as a "sleazy" iPhone app.
The Blendr enthusiast said there were many people who used the app to meet people and "not just for casual hook-ups". However from his perspective he was happier to find someone likeminded on Blendr than spend three hours talking to a woman in a bar.
Dr Knox said young people needed to think of long-term consequences that could result from casual sex. The Blendr user who spoke to the Daily said he was conscious of protecting against diseases in the same way he would be if he found romance at a nightclub. Crime Police say a man was armed with a knife when he demanded the female attendant hand over cash.
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