By now you’ve probably heard of the amazing app called Homescreen.
It lets you control all the most important features of your house with your smartphone, like lighting and heat, thermostat, and more.
And now the company has created an app that will allow you to turn the lights on and off for your home from anywhere in the world, and to control your temperature from anywhere on Earth.
The company says that it was inspired by the idea of “the infinite power of space and the power of our homes,” which led to the development of the app.
The app is called Home and will be available in the Google Play store for $0.99.
In order to use Home, you’ll need to register with Homescreen and then sign into your Google account.
Then you’ll be able to set your home’s temperature and light settings from the app, and you’ll even be able set up timers to let you know when your lights are on and when they’re off.
It’ll also be able tell you when your temperature drops to zero, when the temperature is getting too hot, and when it’s getting too cold.
Home will also be available for both Android and iOS, and will cost $0,99.
The team behind Home hopes that Home will be able “change the way you live and work in the future.”
Home will feature many of the same features that Home was able to do before, but with an updated interface and more of a focus on usability.
For example, Home will let you set your temperature and lighting settings from your home screen.
You can also set up alerts on your phone and on the Nest thermostats, which can be used to remind you to warm your home up, as well as send you messages when your home is being too hot or too cold, and the app will even let you control your thermostant and temperature with your phone.
The apps home screen, with a timeline of upcoming events.
If you want to get a sneak peek at Home, head over to its website.
The only catch?
The app won’t be available on every smartphone, and only on Android phones, so if you’re a fan of iOS, you might want to wait until 2017 to try out the app for yourself.