Watch this space: OhMiBod launches remote intimacy app for Apple Watch at CES
Posted: January 4, 2019
OhMiBod is marking its ninth year of exhibiting at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas by releasing a remote app for the Apple Watch and demonstrating a new skill for Amazon’s Alexa device. The new watch app uses biofeedback to control OhMiBod’s Bluetooth-enabled personal massagers. It allows partners to connect to and control each other’s pleasure products from anywhere in the world. Originally released in 2014, OhMiBod says it has revamped the app to integrate features that allow users to make the most of the latest in smart technology—discreetly.
OhMiBod founder Suki Dunham said: “Smart watches like the new Apple Watch series have evolved into legitimate wellness devices with fantastic biofeedback performance. It is the perfect time for OhMiBod to launch its first true biofeedback-driven functionality.”
The OhMiBod Remote App now includes Pulse, a patent-pending functionality designed specifically for Apple Watch users that is said to create a true ‘heart connection’. As a person’s pulse quickens, so too will the vibrations that their partner experiences through any OhMiBod massager equipped with Bluetooth connectivity. The app also includes rhythm and tap functions, as well as the Club Vibe mode, which uses ambient sounds to drive vibrations to OhMiBod’s connected devices.
This spring, OhMiBod will enhance the capabilities of its Bluetooth products with a skill designed for Alexa, a virtual assistant developed by Amazon for its Echo products. Taking advantage of Alexa’s voice interaction features, the skill will allow hands-free control of OhMiBod’s pleasure products, including a soon-to-be released couples’ ring.
“Users will be able to set intensity levels, change patterns, and set the mood through music,” said Dunham. “But most importantly, Alexa’s hands-free functionality helps ensure that all participants can focus on intimacy and enjoyment—without distraction.”
OhMiBod Remote App for Apple Watch is now available for download on the App Store. CES is staged at the Las Vegas Convention Centre from 8th – 12th January and OhMiBod can be found on booth number 31909 in the South Hall. For more information visit www.ohmibod.com