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Dipsea: an Actual App for Foreplay

More and more it seems that there is nothing on earth of which one cannot say, “there’s an app for that”. And in further evidence for the proposition, the Dipsea app is here to bring a whole new dimension to foreplay.

What is Dipsea? Quite simply it is a mobile app which plays short, sexy audio stories in order to generate what might be termed “the right mood”. Based on research indicating that women are more likely to experience “responsive desire” rather than “spontaneous” desire – essentially, that arousal is more likely to occur when a sexy atmosphere is set – Dipsea is intended to act as a facilitator for sexy times for couples looking for something fresh.

Dipsea app

Dipsea subscribers can choose from 5-20 min audio tracks, in categories that include “Partner Listening,” “Relax & Unwind,” “Hot & Heavy” and “Dirty Talk”. We know which category we’d be heading for. We’re not telling YOU, though.

You can check out the stories on Dipsea straight away with a free trial, to see whether the app is for you before you buy a subscription – which will set you back USD$8.99 a month if you pay month-to-month, or USD$3.99 a month if you sign up for a year.

A new way to set the mood and liven up your sex life: is there anything smartphones can’t do?

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General FAQ

How much does dipsea cost?

Dipsea costs $8.99 a month, or $5.99 a month with a year long subscribtion.

What is dipsea app?

Quite simply it is a mobile app which plays short, sexy audio stories in order to generate what might be termed 'the right mood.' Dipsea is intended to act as a facilitator for sexy times for couples looking for something fresh.

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Ben Pobjie

Ben Pobjie is an accomplished author, commentator and columnist who specialises in studies of Australian history and culture. A prolific writer, Ben’s work has appeared The Age, New Matilda, King's Tribune, Crikey, The Roar, Meanjin, GQ, Mamamia, The Punch and many others. He also has several books to his name, having published titles Superchef, Surveying the Wreckage, and The Book of Bloke. Additionally, Ben’s work has spilled into the realm of television and comedy, writing for You Have Been Watching on Foxtel and The Unbelievable Truth on Channel Seven, with the media expert appearing frequently on ABC radio, Triple R, 3CR and 2SER.