Bulldog is the company behind the most popular HomeKit app, and it recently released a new version of the app that’s getting the attention of home automation enthusiasts around the world.
According to the company’s CEO, Scott McNeil, the new Bulldog HomeKit version is “the best thing to come out in a long time.”
The new version is called Bulldog Plus, and includes some changes to Bulldog as well as new features.
It includes an updated app interface, a new “Bulldog” button on the HomeKit interface, and a new BullDog website.
McNeil also mentioned a new app called “Bulldogs” that he plans to bring to Bulldogs Plus.
“Bulldogs” is an app that gives users access to a virtual Bulldog, which lets them control the dog from afar, while a new feature called “Beware” is designed to alert users when a user is approaching a house.
While the Bulldog app isn’t an official release, McNeil told Mashable that Bulldog has already started a community around the new version.
“There’s a whole community out there that is using Bulldog.
We’re excited to bring Bulldog to Bulldogs Plus, which will hopefully make it even more popular than it already is.”
McNeil, who is also the CEO of HomeMates, the company that developed the HomeMate 3, said that Bulldogs is “not a new idea” for HomeKit, adding that HomeMats first version was released in 2012.
“We were looking at HomeMets API, and we realized it wasn’t very useful for what we were doing,” he said.
“So we decided we needed to do something different.”
The HomeMabs API is designed for developers to build new apps, but McNeil said that he hopes that Bulldozes will be a more mainstream product that can be used by millions of people.
The new Bulldoze will be the first HomeKit-based app to be able to use the API, meaning that users will be able more easily control their devices, which could be a boon for homeowners.
McNeils new Bulldogs will be available to developers in the coming months.
“Our primary focus is building a product that will be easy to use, easy to manage, and easy to integrate into our ecosystem,” McNeil added.
“The more users that come on board, the better Bulldozers will be.”