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OhMiBod debuted new features for its Remote App for the Apple Watch at CES in Las Vegas this week. The app now uses biofeedback to control the company’s range of Bluetooth-enabled personal massagers and vibrators.

The app has been updated to help users discreetly make the most of recent advances in smart wearable tech. The Remote App allows partners to control each other’s pleasure products via the Web from anywhere in the world.

The Remote App now includes Pulse, a patent-pending feature designed specifically for Apple Watch users to create a “true heart connection,” the company says. As your pulse quickens, so too will the vibrations their partner experiences through any Bluetooth-equipped OhMiBod device.

The app also includes a fun “Club Vibe” mode, which uses ambient sounds and music to drive vibrations to connected devices. This particular feature has been exploited by enterprising cam girls, as reported by Motherboard.

OhMiBod is also showing off its new Amazon Alexa Skill, alongside various other new product features at the technology show. Innovations in the works for this year include an Alexa Skill for its Amazon Echo products which will give users hands-free control of OhMiBod’s pleasure devices, and a forthcoming ‘couples’ ring.’

OhMiBod’s co-founder Suki Dunham said, “Smart watches like the new Apple Watch series have evolved into legitimate wellness devices with fantastic biofeedback performance. And Alexa’s hands-free functionality helps all participants focus on intimacy and enjoyment without distraction.” 

The Remote App is now available for download on the app stores for both Apple and Android. 

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Rob Tylershevsky
Rob is a freelance journalist based in Sussex, UK, with a strong interest in the intersecting fields of technology, human sexuality, relationships, behaviour and psychology.

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