There seems to be no end to the list of things which could be done with a mobile phone. Christopher Culligan, the CEO of mobile health app developer based in Toronto, has come up with a solution to solve the woes of many men.
After engaging in conversations with patients who share anxiety and express low self-esteem in relation to the misconceptions they have about the size of their private parts, the physician developed an app which aims at freeing many men of their fear.
"It was inspired by the observation that more and more male patients, no matter how healthy or successful, were expressing anxiety about the size of their penis," Dr. Culligan said in his YouTube commercial. "It's concerning, especially since most guys who consider themselves small, are actually entirely normal."
The mobile application --Predicktor -- is said to have the ability to measure men's size when the user inputs various personal information such as body height, length of finger, shoe size or the likes that are said to be the determining factors for the size of a man's private part.
Stressing on the fact that race had got no relation to the size of a man's penis, the app developer said that the app used only physical attributes. The fear that men might have to input their race to determine their size is thus eliminated, the Huffington Post has reported.
Despite revealing the size of a man's package in measurements such as "micro," "average" or "XXLL," the app is said to have the ability to disclose other facts connected to the penis size and health-related issues. It could reveal whether smoking affects the size of penis, if gay men have any different package in comparison to others and if taller men usually have longer penis, the National Post has reported.
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