A new app developed by the Next Big Futures group of tech startups has been selected to be a part of the Google Play Store’s Android app store.
The app is called Coupa, and it’s a self-service software that helps you run your Android phone and tablets more efficiently.
It works by automatically adjusting the brightness and color of your screen, making it easier to see what’s going on in your apps, and reducing the battery life of your device.
Coupa’s developer, David Sorensen, says it’s not yet ready for public release, but it has received a “strong endorsement” from Google.
Coups users can download it now for free.
Coupas creator David Soret said the app is meant to be “simple to use, but extremely powerful,” and that users will be able to easily add Coupa-specific functions like alarms and reminders.
Coupes features include a dedicated clock, an alarm clock, a calendar app, and more.
Coupans user interface is designed to be as user-friendly as possible, and users can set their own alarm settings.
Coupeta is one of several new apps available for Android, including the popular Clock App, the weather app, Google Calendar, Google Play Music, Google Photos, Google Now, and the Gmail app.
Android has become increasingly popular for many people as a platform for connecting devices, but there are some notable problems in its design.
One of the biggest concerns is battery life.
Coupers battery life depends on the device, and Sorenten says the app’s user interface will be designed so that battery life can be maintained as long as possible.
Coupera is currently in beta, and there are plans to open up more features and release them to the public later this year.
Coupora is available for free on the Google App Store, and you can sign up to use it on your phone, tablet, or computer to test the app.
For more information about Coupa or other tech-related apps, check out Next BigFuture’s website.