Recode co-founder and CTO Evan Williams discussed a new app that can help you heat up your home.
The app, called Heat, is currently available for Apple and Android devices.
It’s a bit more complicated than it sounds, though.
When you open up Heat, you have to enter your zip code.
Then you need to set your temperature in Fahrenheit and use that to heat your home up.
It’s not quite as simple as turning on a stove.
Williams said it can take a few minutes for the app to work properly.
But when you have your home warmed up, you can quickly go into your thermostat settings and change it back to your normal setting.
You can also set a time for your home to reach the desired temperature.
Then the app will show you when your temperature reaches that time.
If you want to turn the heat on for just 10 minutes, you’ll need to go into the app settings and choose 10 minutes.
It’ll automatically turn off the heat when you’re done, but it won’t automatically turn it back on until you’ve done it again.
It also doesn’t have a way to stop the thermostats.
Williams also noted that it will take a while for the Heat app to heat up the entire home.
But once it does, it’s very easy to turn it off.
Williams added that if you’re planning on using the app for more than 10 minutes at a time, it’ll take about an hour to get your home heated up.
You’ll probably want to set it to run only on a certain time.