The company said the “turn your phone into a vibrator” app is available as a free download from MiKandi.
Once downloaded, the app appears as an extendable penis on the Android phone’s screen. By touching the screen the user can vary the length of the penis which also increases the intensity of the phone’s vibration.
The app allows users to watch free previews or visit GameLink to make purchases.
GameLink said it has responded to the rapidly growing smartphone market share of Android OS in the U.S. market that's predicted to surpass the iPhone and Blackberry devices.
Jenny Gonzalez, Mobile Manager at Private Media Group said, "Creating apps for Android is just the kind of action that Private Media Group takes to be able to cater to the needs of the constantly changing mobile adult market, with the Android positioned to become one of the leading handsets for adult consumption on the go."
In April, GameLink was made accessible to smartphones allowing users to purchase hard goods and digital movies and scenes.
“The Android is quickly becoming the preferred smartphone on the market. With a more open and rich platform for developers and users, GameLink is aggressively pursuing and monetizing the Android market,” said Jeff Dillon, Director of Online Sales at Private Media Group.
He added, “Currently we are seeing 15 percent of our smartphone traffic coming from Android users. The functional GameLink adult toy app allows users to use their Android to browse the catalog and use the phone’s vibrating function to become the ultimate incognito sex toy.”
The YouTube video for the product can be seen here.