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Is this the creepiest app ever?

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Do you like being watched? By an attractive woman?

Well, ermmm, there's an app for that. It's called Watching Cute Girl and it takes the Ronseal route of transparency by featuring exactly what it suggests: a cute girl who watches you.

If you're a bit bored, lonely or you just have a desire to be watched then you'll be easily satisfied with this app. But the creepy fun doesn't stop there. The app has over 180 pre-recorded clips of your new stalker speaking to you as well. Some of her favourite sayings include: "Good morning, I came to watch you", "Just watching you makes me happy" and "I want to go to a hot springs." Of course.

Your very own Glenn Close will also take pictures of you and then show them to you just to ensure you never sleep again.

You can find out more information, if you speak Japanese like a Don, right here.

[via Kotaku]

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