Google and the Facebook-owned social network are making condoms available for sex in a new Android app, which will be available in the Play Store on Thursday.
The company is also rolling out a few other new features in the app that will allow users to use condoms or finger condoms for different purposes.
Users will also be able to share their own private photos and videos with their partners.
Google has also rolled out a new tool that allows users to share the location and age of their partners to others via a new “friending” feature.
The new Google Play Store app will be the first in a series of apps that will let users share their intimate pictures and videos.
The app is the first of its kind to allow users of all ages and sexual orientations to share intimate content.
Google says the app will help users to “be more safe” and that the app is designed to be used in “sexy” situations.
The Google Play store app will allow people to share photos, videos, and audio, along with intimate content, in a way that allows “friends, family, and colleagues to share content with each other” according to the company.
Users can also share the content with other Google+ users and Google+ community members.
For those who prefer to keep the content private, the app allows users in some circumstances to share private photos or videos with a partner by using a secure, private link.
For other types of content, users will be able share the video or audio by using the app’s share option.
The feature will be offered as an optional feature, which means that users can opt out of sharing their own intimate content with their partner.