Google Fiber (s GOOG) is planning to build a smartphone app for cat owners, according to reports in The Wall Street Journal and The Wall Avenue Journal.
Google Fiber, which is trying to woo consumers to its fiber-optic network, said in a statement that it plans to release an app sometime next year for users to access information about the network and to check out what cat owners can expect from the service.
The company will also allow users to post videos, photos, and other content on the network for users and to record them for offline viewing, Google Fiber said.
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Google’s Fiber app is not yet available for iPhone or Android devices.
Google Fiber plans to launch the service later this year for Internet of Things devices.
The Fiber app will also be available on Google Home, Google’s voice-controlled device that works as a speakerphone, according the Wall Street J.C. Johnson & Hartman Report.
Google is building a nationwide fiber network that will allow Internet of things devices to connect to the network.
It is also working on a broadband network, and is working with AT&T and Verizon on other projects.