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New app can track how good you are at sex

SpreadsheetsA new app claims it can keep track of how you and your partner are between the sheets, putting an element of gamification into the mix of measuring your sex life.

The aptly-named app – Spreadsheets – monitors your sex life and measures the sound of your steamy moments to rate your raunchy ramps.

The app uses your iPhone’s microphone to measure everything from average thrusts per minute to the decibel of, em, noise, produced during the act.  

Over time, Spreadsheets will track how often you do it – taking into account the duration and performance of each performance.

As you get it on – and use the app – it’ll unlock achievements and levels.

Think of this as Runkeeper for sex. But then again, I didn’t think there was a need to track achievements between the sheets.

Among the ratings in the iTunes App Store is this one, by Sam:

“Download this app and spice it up in the bedroom. It more more fun in the sack from the very start! I couldn't imagine how much until i turned it on. Got us laughing and trying to improve our score the next time. Got me a couple extra rounds today. Worth every penny!”

At the time of writing, this app has a five star ranking and costs $1.99.

Would you use an app like Spreadsheets? 

- Maurice Cacho, MSN Tech & Gadgets



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Danny BradburyDanny Bradbury

Danny Bradbury is a technology journalist with 20 years' experience. He writes regularly for publications including the Guardian, the Financial Times, the Financial Post, and Backbone magazine. Danny also writes and directs documentaries.

Maurice CachoMaurice Cacho

Maurice Cacho is a Toronto-based journalist mixing his love for tech with a passion for news. He's also CP24's Web Journalist and appears daily on CP24 Breakfast and weekly on the channel's tech show, Webnation, discussing tech news and trends.