Available to download to iPhones now, the app uses snaps of both prospective parents as well as facial mapping technology to create what the company behind the app claims are “the most realistic" babies possible.
They’re not joking. Once the magic is complete, the virtual baby spends so much time spewing up milk and noisily breaking wind that if you're not in the family way it's enough to put you off parenthood for life. Truly, if the government had any sense they’d start using the BabyBuilder app in sexual education classes quicker than you can say “teenage mum”.
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