Hacker News, a popular social media site for developers, is being used to launch a new kind of plugin that will help you get rid from your animal-related chores.
It will allow you to easily manage your pet animals without having to open an app or download any extra software.
The new app, called Animal Husbandry, is an extension to the popular popular Animal Husbands app, which lets users share their pet’s location and the names of their pet owners.
The app allows users to add their pets to a list of “owners” or share their animals in real-time by linking to a feed on a social media platform like Facebook or Twitter.
Users can then send notifications to their pet and their location in real time, giving the user the option to call their pet if needed.
It’s not clear when the app will be launched or if it will be compatible with iOS, Android, Windows Phone and web browsers.
A separate version of the app, Animal Husbrows, will allow users to share their pets with other users.
The extension, Animalhusbandry, was developed by a team of developers at Indian startup Appleseed, and is aimed at developers who are looking for new ways to manage their pets.
It’s a huge opportunity for developers looking to bring their apps to the masses.
The app has already been downloaded by more than 1 million people and has generated more than $15 million in revenue so far, according to the company.
But the developers have been careful to avoid any major spoilers.
They don’t mention the name of the company they are working for or even a description of their app.
Instead, they have said they hope the app would help them improve their app by making it easier to manage pets and to share photos and videos of their pets in real life.
“It’s all about the sharing of information,” Amit Kumar, one of the founders of Appleseeds, told TechCrunch.
“It’s about giving the users a sense of what’s going on in their home, so it’s easy to share what’s happening in the world around them, which helps to bring more happiness.”
For now, the app is only available in Hindi, which is one of India’s main languages.
It was launched earlier this year with support for English and Russian.