Studies have shown that couples who are open and honest about their sexual desires have a better time in bed and end up being happier and more satisfied in all aspects of their relationship. But sex talk can be uncomfortable, or we may feel too self-conscious about what makes us feel good. So how do we get there? You might be able to download a solution soon on your smartphone.

Coming this fall to iOS and Android, the PlsPlsMe app offers a fun and flirty way for couples to open up and share their deepest, sexiest fantasies privately with one another. All in the hope for mind-blowing sex sessions that last longer than the battery life on the smartphone that initiated them.

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PlsPlsMe starts by having you fill-out a sexual personality quiz that can help you tap into your secret desires. Then the app becomes a kinky card game of sorts: using a deck of 52 virtual cards, each depicting a particular turn-on. You select the turn-ons that you’ve fantasized about trying in bed, and your sex partner does the same. Take “blindfolding,” for example, you can either “love it,” “like it,” “not so much” or “no way.”better sex appPlsPlsMe then cross-references both of your chosen cards and alerts you Tinder-style if there are any matches and shared desires between you and your partner. That way, your partner will only ever learn about the kinky fantasies that also get him or her all hot-and-bothered. The two of you are then taken to a “Private Chamber” chat room where you can discuss the particulars around the shared turn-on, like “who gets blindfolded?”

The app is not just for people in monogamous relationships looking to reignite things in between the sheets. PlsPlsMe was designed to adapt to a wide range of sexual encounters: one-night stands, new sex partners, fuck buddies, swingers and married couples of all sexual orientations. Bringing up sexy pastimes won’t ever be awkward for either of you ever again.

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Besides the flirty implications, PlsPlsMe is actually trying to solve a big problem: lack of communication and honesty when it comes to sex. The app’s founders began by conducting a survey alongside the Kinsey Institute. Their research found that one in 3 American adults wish it was easier to talk about what gets them turned on. Half of adults also wish that society was more open about sexuality. After all, it’s human nature. Just don’t forget: the biggest sexual organ in the body is the brain, not the smartphone.

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