*Now below is the scientific definition of a pheromone -simply put as it relates to this new Google App -it will tell you how how hot and horny your date is by detecting their sexual hormonal responses to you.
Simply put -'The Lust Detector Android App. allows you to evaluate the level of 'LUST" you are generating from your object of desire -and when the "Lust Alert" goes off -well - you know as the the Parrot squawked in the bedroom.
"Someone is Gonna Get Laid!"
The term "pheromone" was introduced by Peter Karlson and Martin Lüscher in 1959, based on the Greek word pherein (to transport) and hormone (to stimulate). They are also sometimes classified as ecto-hormones. They were researched earlier by various scientists, including Jean-Henri Fabre, Joseph A. Lintner, Adolph Butenandt, and the prominent ethologist Karl von Frisch who called them various names like "alarm substances." These chemical messengers are transported outside of the body and result in a direct developmental effect on hormone levels or behavioral change. They proposed the term to describe chemical signals from conspecifics that elicit innate behaviors soon after the German Biochemist Adolf Butenandt characterized the first such chemical, bombykol (a chemically well-characterized pheromone released by the female silkworm to attract mates).