One of its latest offerings, a doll called Harmony, is so life-like it can “create an engaging simulation of a relationship”.
The doll has special features designed to heighten sex - like soft lips, a hinged jaw and ultra soft tongue”.
Avatars created on the downloadable app can then be synced with realistic Harmony-style sex robots due for release at the end of 2017.
Each sex robot will be “made to order” with “customisable” personalities that “evolve” within the app.
The sexy dolls which have soft make-up, hair wigs and flawless figures can carry on a conversation, remember things about their user and be customised to suit the needs of its owner.
The new wave of sex robots are being equipped to learn about their owner in a bid to create a more intimate relationship between robot and human, according to the firm.
Click through to see how the company is working to make them a reality.
Santos, who founded his company Synthea Amatus, aims to introduce sex robots with artificial intelligence to the consumer market.
Barcelona-based engineer Sergi Santos has developed - and is selling - a one-off sex robot than needs to be chatted up before the action begins.
Mr Santos created the life-like robot named Samantha with the purpose that she acts as much like a real woman as possible, who needs to be seduced for, and enjoys, sex.
Matt Mc Cullen, the CEO of Abyss Creations says his dolls are light years ahead of those original dolls as his have a flexible skeleton and are made over a period of 80 hours.
The dolls can also “retain heat” in the G-spot, according to its website giving its user added pleasure.
Warning: This gallery contains images of naked sex dolls. Abyss Creations has been making and selling hyper-realistic silicone sex dolls for more than 20 years, but its newest push involves bringing the dolls to life using animatronics, sensor tech and artificial intelligence that gives the dolls programmable personalities.