The housekeeping apps for iOS and android are about to get a major update.
The company has been quietly releasing updates to its app for the past few months.
A few months ago, the company released an update that enabled the users to save a photo with a single tap of the camera icon.
Now, the update will allow the users, if they have a housekeeping profile on both the app and the site, to upload their photos to the app, and save them to a photo library.
The update also makes it possible to use the same photo library on both iOS and the Android platform.
The news comes after it was reported that the company is currently in talks with several developers, to build an app for both platforms.
Housekeeping has a large following on the platform, with more than 5 million registered users and nearly 10 million registered posts.
However, the app is not available on the Android and iOS platforms, which is why the company will be making its first update to both platforms at the same time.
The new app, titled Housekeeping for iOS, will be available on June 25.
The app is built on top of the Google Cloud Platform, which allows for integration with third-party apps.
It is designed to allow the user to save photos to a cloud storage provider, and to export the images to the cloud.
Users can also use the app to upload photos and upload them to their social media accounts.
The team is currently looking for beta testers, as well as developers who want to build their own app on top the existing features.
Housekeepers app is currently available on Google Play and is expected to come to other platforms soon.