Kama Sutra is a Nokia-based guide based on the ancient Indian text on the subject of love.
Written sometime shortly after the second century A.C.E by Vatsyayana the Kama Sutra explains the social norms and love customs of North India around the time he lived. This handy mobile version of the text demonstrates some of the love-making positions outlined in the original Kama Sutra.
This mobile version of the Kama Sutra outlines more than 100 different positions, listed in a scrollable list. It can take a long time to scroll through the whole list, and the app would be easier to navigate if the Kama Sutra positions it shows were categorized in some way.
Click on a position and a description of that particular act will be displayed, along with a cartoon illustration of how it works. The Kama Sutra positions in the guide are generally well described but since the drawings are not explicit it can be difficult to work out the exact positions at times.
Each position in the Kama Sutra app lists pros and cons, helping you to decide which ones might be the most suitable for you.
If you're interested in learning about the ways of Kama Sutra, this Symbian application makes for a handy pocket guide.
- Lots of information
- Good descriptions
- Pros and cons for each act
- Illustrations are often vague
- Positions are not categorized