The 'Not Your Baby' app instructs users to enter information about the harassment, including the setting and identity.
For example, if the incident takes place in work the app tells you to ‘get a trusted person outside of the workplace to call you every so often and check to see how you’re doing.’
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Developer Andrea Gunraj, who is based in Toronto, says: 'A lot of people said they had a hard time thinking of responses [to harassment] in the moment.'
She hopes the app will not only prevent instances of harassment 'before they happen, but also during and after they happen.'
It is currently available for free in the iTunes store, for use on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
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