The spectrum app for iPhone, Android, and Chromecast gives users greater control over their home networks, according to the company that developed the app.
The Spectrum app allows users to customize their network and manage multiple devices in a single home network.
In a statement, Spectrum said the app will soon be available for Windows, OS X, and Linux computers.
It also said that Spectrum users will be able to set up and use multiple devices on a single network.
Spectrum also announced that it would launch a mobile app for iOS and Android devices later this year.
Spectrum customers can tap into a network of up to two hundred thousand square feet and connect up to 100 devices.
Spectrum’s mobile app will be available on iOS and on Android, with plans for both platforms to be announced in the near future.
In addition to enabling customers to customize and manage their home wireless network, the app also offers customers the ability to access their home’s network with their voice.
“We know you want to be able have control over your network, and Spectrum is bringing you that control,” Spectrum CEO John D. Fitch said in a statement.
Spectrum has been a long-time advocate for more control over home networks.
In 2015, Spectrum made waves with its Spectrum app, which allowed users to control their home Wi-Fi networks remotely.
The company also launched Spectrum Home Hub, which let users remotely control a network from their home.
In October 2016, Spectrum also rolled out Spectrum Smart Home, which was intended to provide customers with a more secure way to manage their wireless network.
However, Spectrum didn’t make the app available for iOS or Android until this week, when it announced the release of the Spectrum app for Windows.
Spectrum said it plans to release the Spectrum mobile app in the coming weeks.