Starbucks is rolling out a free coffee maker app for iOS and Android devices.
The company says it will help users make drip coffees at home without a computer.
The app will allow users to set the temperature, the time of day, the amount of time to drip coffee, and even turn on or off a light, temperature sensor.
Users will be able to select a coffee, brew coffee, add spices, and create a personalized drip coffee recipe.
The coffee maker will then be powered by a USB port, and users can switch to a light and use the included wireless charging pad to charge the device.
The app also comes with an array of other functions, such as a timer and a “heat up” feature that will let users “heat the coffee, let it cool down, and then use it to make coffee.”
The app also includes a calculator, an app to control temperature, and a temperature display.
The company says the app will be available in the next few weeks, but it’s unclear when it will launch in the United States.
For now, you can download it for free through the Apple App Store.