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iOS users who fondle more than a slab now have an app to help them report the fact instantly, without having to compose the previously-requisite 140-character double entendre.

I Just Made Love lets the user select the kind of relationship, and positions explored, then geotags the entry with a Google Maps mashup so everyone can see who's shagging where, though as Gizmodo points out it's highly improbable that anyone downloading such an application will find anyone wiling to share an intimate moment or two.

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The options are limited to one partner, and pre-defined selection of positions, so the polyamorously adventurous and/or sexually athletic will have to fall back to boasting on Twitter in the usual way.

But while Twitter opens the way for denials, or confirmation, from the other party (or parties) involved, I Just Made Love lets one brag without the fear that someone who knows better will pointing out that one apparently managed it without company.

What is clear, and at risk of quoting Tina Turner, is that love has nothing whatsoever to do with it. ®

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