A new application available on the US iTunes store and Android allows users to tell the world where and when they “made love”.
‘I Just Made Love’ lets users log and GPS-tag their private life in just the same way as application like Foursquare let individuals share where they eat, drink and shop, the Daily Mail reported.
The new app also lets users rate their experience out of five as well as offer comments.
The Android app has been downloaded 10,000 times, and rated five stars by dozens of users.
It lets individuals record where, when and even in what position they “made love”, and then upload it to an online database, with their comments.
The iPhone app, which is free, is available to download via I Just Made Love’s site - and seems to be available via the U.S. iTunes store, although not the UK one.
The I Just Made Love site claims to have recorded 193,000 “acts of love”, along with where the event occurred and a limited amount of context, very limited, in fact, offering only the options of Inside, Outdoors, In a Car and On a Boat.