Google is working with the Montgomery Water works to create a mobile app that will let people in the water, like those in the Google+ social network, access the water services.
Google said it was “working with the water district to create the first of its kind water service app for mobile devices, which will allow users to access water in their area without using a phone.”
The app will allow for easy access to water, but also will help people find the water service closest to them and provide a visual representation of water in the area.
Google is also working with water agencies in the U.S. and Canada to build the app and have it available to developers by the end of 2018.
Montgomery Water said in a statement that the app is being developed with input from the water districts and will be “available to users in all water districts in the United States and Canada, and in more than 20 countries around the world.”
The water districts that will be eligible to use the app include:Montgomery, Texas; San Francisco; St. Paul, Minnesota; Washington, D.C.; Austin, Texas, and Salt Lake City, Utah.
Google’s mobile app has been in the works for several years, but Google has had difficulty reaching a global audience and finding funding.
A year ago, Google announced that it would stop using its app, but it has not announced any plans to discontinue it.