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Touching cloth and can't hold it in? Make sure this app is the first thing to run.

Toilet Finder, from developer BeTomorrow - no, not Pee Tomorrow - uses the GPS co-ordinates of your iPhone or Android device to generate a map of public conveniences in the vicinity.

Toilet Finder App

Bum steer: Toilet Finder locates lavs

The app lists more than 76,000 toilets worldwide, a list that's successfully growing through input from some of Toilet Finder's existing users.

Encouraged to contribute by rating their experiences and sending in photos - of the place, not what they've produced - users can also add any public toilet to the database should they notice an exclusion.

Don't 'loos' out - Toilet Finder is available now free from the UK App Store. ®

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