New Penis Measuring App Helps You Find The Perfect Condom

New Penis Measuring App Helps You Find The Perfect Condom
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Do you need an iPad or are you good to go with an iPhone 4? Your online followers may want to know now that some crafty software developers have released a penis-measuring app.


The digital replacement for the tape measure went on sale via the iTunes App Store this week.

The developers of the ‘Condom Size’ app, VSM Enterprises, say its purpose is to help men size themselves for the best fitting condom. Users must be 17 or older to download the app, according to iTunes.


‘This app educates the male population on the proper condom placement and helps determine proper condom size,” the app’s description reads

Condom failure is often due to poorly fitting rubbers, some sexual health experts say.


“Hold hard member straight against inches or cm on sides of screen,” the app’s instructions for measuring length read. 

The instructions for measuring girth require the use of a string or soft measuring tape.


The app also recommends its users nearby stores to find a condom that fits while providing fun facts and tips on proper condom use. 


For those curious to know how they potentially measure up, the average penis size is 5.1 inches in the U.K. and 5.5 inches in the U.S., according to one recent study from researcher Dr Richard Lynn, emeritus professor of psychology at Ulster University in Northern Ireland.

The penis-measuring app costs $0.99 or £0.69 and is compatible with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch and iPad.

It can also be purchased for Android phones through the Google Play app store. Keep in mind that your phone also goes close to your face when it’s being used as a phone.

Stephen Willard | Elite.

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