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In a sentence I never thought I’d write, you can now lick your phone to give someone a simulated blow job.

Owners of Lovense’s Max 2 male masturbator can purchase said virtual blow job for less than a dollar, thanks to the new Ep-Coc app from adult entertainment platform CamSoda. At launch, and for a limited time, users can download a pattern for free. After this, you can buy a programmed BJ for 99 cents.

While there’s already a huge catalogue of fellatio patterns on the site, from pornstars and amateurs around the world, anyone wanting to add a simulated blow job to Ep-Coc can do so via the mobile app.

The app will record the pattern and upload it to the Ep-Coc platform, where they are organised by country, model and user rating. 

When you purchase a pattern, it can be downloaded to your synced-up wireless Max 2 penis sleeve to enjoy. 

“Blowjobs are intricate sexual acts that require skill and technique. Everyone has their own tricks to successfully stimulate their partner, whether it be ‘hard and fast’ or ‘slow and steady.’ What’s interesting is how people’s skills and techniques vary based upon their country. If you are in Japan, you might use a totally different technique than someone in Germany, for example,” said Daryn Parker, vice president of CamSoda. 

“With Ep-Coc, users can experience blowjobs from different countries, all from the comfort of home. So rather than travel to some far off land this summer, take to CamSoda and enjoy some fun courtesy of people licking their phones.”

Ep-Coc is the successor to CamSoda’s 2016 product BlowCast, which offered users a catalogue of simulated blowjob recordings to download to their male masturbator. 

The updated version offers a greater choice of patterns and is a fun game for long-distance partners to try, but please, for the love of all that is good in sextech, give your screen a wipe before licking your phone. 

You can try it out on the CamSoda Ep-Coc site here.

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