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Technology has progressed in every aspect and there's no denying the fact. Can you image an app that you can tell women what's their exact bras size?
Well, it seems to be possible as there is a new and bizarre app that has been created by Japanese developers. This app called ChiChi assures to tell women their bra size by just putting a smartphone in between their breasts.
According to the team behind the development of this app, 80 percent of the women all over the world are not wearing the right sized bra. And, it has created a controversy among the women that men have developed something that that is not really needed by them as they claim that women can instinctively tell if their bra fits them exactly or not.
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ChiChi uses camera and sensor on smartphone to detect bust size
The developers of the ChiChi app claim that the app will use the smartphone's camera and sensor to know the bra size of the women.
ChiChi is named appropriately
ChiChi is one of the many words that mean boobs in Japanese. Hence, the app is named pretty appropriately.
Do women really don't know their bra size?
While the team of developers claim that women are not aware of the right bra size, the Japanese women have slammed the app stating they don't need such an app.
Women seem not to accept the concept
The women groups have started stating that they can tell if their bra fits them well or not without trying this app. They back their claim by stating that this is the reason that doctors there are no complaints from women related to discomfort, chafing or itching due to wrong bra size.
Female testers are welcome
The app welcomes female tests, but they are asked to give their cup size before they begin the testing process.