A smart laundry app is now available for download in India, the country’s first smart service provider, the Government of India said on Thursday.
The company is the first to offer a laundry service to people who are not connected to the internet, which means the service is not available on mobile phones.
The app, called The Home Assistant, can now be downloaded for free from the Google Play store.
It allows users to create smart household appliances in a range of colours, patterns and sizes, and it allows them to upload their photos and videos to a photo sharing service, like Flickr.
The service has not yet been launched for other Indian regions.
Users can also make use of the app’s online service, which has a range the range of the size of a smartphone.
The app is available in more than 200 cities in India.
“We believe the app has the potential to become a new and innovative source of revenue for our country, with an estimated revenue of around $3.4 billion by 2020,” said Minister for Home Affairs and Urban Development Rajnath Singh in a statement.
India has the world’s largest smart home market, with more than 5,000 smart home products, ranging from smart locks to smart home appliances.
The government said the app would help people who cannot use mobile phones, but can be connected to internet, connect with their neighbours, and also to their bank accounts and other financial institutions.
“It is our intention to help millions of Indians access affordable and convenient online laundry services.
This will not only help millions, but also millions of people in developing countries,” Singh said.
The Home Assistant is one of several smart home apps available in India that can be downloaded from Google Play.
The company said it had raised more than $20 million in venture capital funding in 2017.