Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) September 11, 2014
Whether starting a new relationship, keeping a long term relationship alive, or even trying for a baby, Tickl tracks and stores all of the statistics associated with intimate moments. For a bit of fun it can also rate performance based on the users ages, worldwide statistics and an incredibly complex algorithm, that took
years of arduous testing.
Created by a small dedicated team in London, Tickl offers a simple beautiful interface to document all the intimate times that any couple spend together. With a ‘one click’ start, users simply need to pop the app under their pillow and then take a look after the session to see total time spent, how many calories were used and also compare statistics against previous sessions. Using the built in ‘tickl rating' system (patent pending) users can also see a standardized rating for each entry and even use this to attempt to improve their score each time.
Security is of the utmost importance within Tickl; information is never shared with third parties and the app can also be easily password protected to secure information from prying eyes.
Aimed at anyone over the age of 18, Tickl is truly revolutionary.
> Simple to use, beautiful interface and intricate Tickl rating system
> Tracks calories used
> Documents all the intimate times couples spend together
> World table shows which countries are 'tickl’ing the most
> Post ratings to Facebook or Twitter
> Removes Ads
> Allows more than 5 sessions to be saved
Tickl will be released as a free app on the iTunes App Store, with an upper limit of 5 sessions for software trials. Upgrading for $1.99 gives an unlimited use allowance, as well as a 99c fee to remove the ads.
For all other information or media inquiries, contact Mark Johnson on behalf of Tickl at +1 408 757 0156 or press (at)appshout(dot)com.
Tickl was dreamed up by photographer, Hywel Jones and Programmer Nadeeke Illeperuma. Working from their office on the Portobello Road in London, the app took nearly a year to bring to market, due to the incredibly hard algorithm needed to run the App. After hours of arduous testing though, they believe that they have created something truly original and never been seen before in the App market.