Updated September 14, 2018 12:08PM Updated September 14, 2019 12:15PM A sex education app that requires users to be over 18 has been rated 4 out of five stars in the Indian App Store, according to a review from Google.
The ‘Playsafe’ app, which was released on the Play Store last month, is rated a 4.3 out of 10 on the Indian rating system, according a review by Google.
PlaySafe has a feature that asks users to provide a ‘safe’ answer to any sexual questions.
Play Safe’s developers have stated that the app will also help people who are sexually abused, according the Google review.
The app features ‘free’ videos and audio, which the company says are based on “the best evidence available.”
PlaySafe’s developers also include the ‘Sexiest’ and ‘Best’ categories for users to rate the app, according Google.
It was not immediately clear if the app would be removed from Google Play, which is an app store in India.
Playsafe is a free app, but the company has stated that it will charge $2.99 for every download.
A version of PlaySafe for Android is also available for free on the Google Play Store.
According to the Google reviewer, the app uses “very accurate and comprehensive information” to show “how to protect yourself and your partner,” according to the Play store description.