source Google Now title When you get the feeling you’ve been punched in the face by someone, tap your face to remind you of that feeling.
It’s an app called Pur Clean Water that will remind you to tap on the face when you feel like someone has punched you in the nose.
“Pur Clean Water will remind your brain that you are feeling scared, scared of a stranger, scared that someone has hit you,” the app’s developer, David Zilberman, wrote in a post on the company’s website.
“It will remind the brain to stop doing things you shouldn’t, such as playing with your kids, walking to work, and so on.
When you have an urge to do something, you can tap your nose to remind yourself of it.”
When you are afraid of a certain person, say something like, “I am afraid that I am going to lose my job,” and tap your forehead to remind your mind to stop.
That’s an example of what Pur Clean is trying to do.
The idea behind the app is that it can help you keep track of what you have been doing, whether it’s something you did to impress someone, or it’s the things you have done that have scared you.
When it comes to your life, the app will give you a sense of what it is that scares you and why, Zilberman said.
The app will remind people to be aware of their own body and what it feels like to be afraid of it.
“If we can get people to do this and get people who are afraid to have a moment of reflection, we can make a difference,” Zilbernis said.
You can try out Pur Clean Waters for free right now, and Zilbens is encouraging people to start using it soon.
The company’s team is currently working on adding a feature to the app that allows you to share pictures with other Pur Clean users.
Zilberger said the app isn’t yet ready to make Pur Clean available on other platforms.
But he said he thinks it could be in the near future.
The developers say the app has been downloaded more than 300,000 times, and the app currently has more than 1 million users.
Pur Clean has been in the making for a while, and its developers say they started the project in order to help people in distress.
The Pur Clean app was originally created to help parents teach their kids to be careful around strangers and to help adults who are in a similar situation as Zilberti said.
Pur is based on the idea of a social conscience, and while the app can be used to remind people of what they should be doing, it doesn’t teach people how to be vigilant about their own feelings.
Instead, it tries to help children and adults understand what they have been feeling.
“We are a really simple app,” Zimberman wrote on Pur Clean’s website, explaining that Pur Clean works by showing a picture of someone and asking a question about that person.
The person answering the question will then tap on their face to give the answer.
The answer can be anything, such like, What do you think about that?
Zilbergman said Pur Clean can be helpful in helping children to understand their own bodies and their feelings.
“This is not a medical treatment,” Ziberman wrote.
“You need to know yourself and what you are going through.
You need to be able to tell whether you are scared or not, what you feel and what the feelings are, to be safe and calm.”
The app’s developers are also working on an app for parents to help them teach their children how to deal with the feelings they have.
The family-friendly Pur Clean will be coming to the iPhone and iPad later this year, and there’s a beta version available on the App Store for those who are interested.