|If you can't even remember all their names, how are you going to remember whose date night it is?|
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According to fastcodesign.com, an anonymous developer has created the Poly Life app to focus on two important polyamorous goals: meeting new people and scheduling when you can sleep with them. Separate calendars can be created for each partner, and the "relationship manager" feature keeps careful tabs on who you deem an emotional partner, a physical partner, and any variations in between.
|"No, don't shoot him with a heart-capturing arrow. Just shoot him with a 'brain and also those hot biceps'-capturing arrow."|
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The social networking element of the app is designed to allow poly couples or prospective poly enthusiasts to meet each other and discuss the nature of their lifestyle outside of the judgmental (or jealous) conventional social media outlets. Shareable to-do lists, group texting options, meetup location ideas, and other important organizational elements are also included. And with more than one lover, you'll likely need all of them.
The Poly Life is available for iOS, though unfortunately it is not polyamorously compatible with Android as well. But if you need serious planning for your "polycule" circle of special friends, this is much more efficient than wearing name tags at an orgy.
|And in a few years, perhaps you'll be able to use Poly Life to sync all of your sex robots!|
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