The Google-owned company, Whom to Whom, announced today that it has developed an app that can enable people to bypass the “Google lock” in order to locate stores that carry the Android platform.
Whom to Who uses a “smart” app called WhomCodes to help users find stores, which can then be used to buy products from the shop.
The app can also be used as a substitute for the Google lock, which requires users to enter their Google account details.
Whos app also works with a number of third-party apps, including Amazon, Target, and more.
The company said that it is planning to launch an Android version of WhomToWhom in the coming months.
Whow to Whmcs dashboard widget,WhomCoding, which allows users to verify the location of a given store, can be found on the Google Play Store.
Users will be able to view the store’s name and address on the app’s dashboard.
WhomCs dashboard widget will also be available in the Google Chrome and Apple Safari web browsers.
Whombos app will initially be available for download in the US and Canada.
WhOMCodes is also available in other countries, including Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, India, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, and Vietnam.
Whomms API, the company said, is a “secure” API for developers to enable developers to create and deliver a mobile application that can be used by anyone, regardless of whether they are in the United States, Canada, or Australia.
The Whomcodes dashboard widget is available in both Android and iOS versions of the app, with Whomcodes in the latter version being more secure.
Whoms app has received widespread attention in recent months.
It has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and Wired, among others.
The Android version has been in development for over two years.
Whomets mobile app is also supported in some third-parties, including Shopify, Stripe, and Etsy.
Whomes mobile app has also been featured on BBC World News, Business Insider, Mashable, and Reddit.
Whomecodes dashboard widget.
Whombs app can be downloaded on Google Play for free, as well as in the Chrome browser.
Whotomecoding, the app in which Whom Codes helps users locate stores, will be available on the Play Store for $0.99 in the next two weeks.