Cisco has announced a new pet communication device that is aimed at providing the best of both worlds: it’s easy to communicate with a dog, and the app is compatible with both iOS and Android.
Cisco is calling the new device the ‘Crowphone’ and it’s coming in three flavors.
The $79.99 ‘Cowlock’ is a small, black and white device that looks like a smartphone but will work with a variety of devices including, most importantly, a smartphone.
It will also work with iOS and the Google Android apps, as well as the Apple Watch and Apple TV.
The ‘Crown’ is larger, black, and white and is designed to work with Android devices and a smartphone with an NFC tag.
It’s also compatible with a range of other mobile devices, including iPhones, iPads, and other devices that use Bluetooth for connectivity.
The Crown is expected to ship in June.
Cisco’s new product, which it calls the ‘crowphone,’ is designed specifically for dogs.
The device has a “voice recognition” function that uses the infrared light from a dog’s fur to recognize a specific tone.
It then uses that tone to respond.
It also has an app that lets you write messages on the device, and it also lets you interact with the device.
You can get a preview of the Crowphone app in the video above, which is available on both the Apple and Android versions of the app.
If you’re wondering how you can get it for your dog, you can buy the CrowPhone from the company’s website.