To find what makes Britain happy, researchers asked more than 20,000 people to download an app which sent them a ‘ping’ at various times of day, and invited them to record their happiness levels and what they were doing at the time.
In the case of most of those things I'd be distinctly unhappy to be interrupted by an app wanting to know what I was doing.
(Our findings: 100% of people voted for "Telling some ******* app to **** the **** off!")
I'm a bit surprised that people interrupt their favourite activity to respond to a ping. "Sorry darling, gotta get this. Let me just rate how this session of now interrupted coitus affects my happiness levels"