What if you could make your cat bird do all of your dirty work, right in your home?
Well, now you can.
Catbird is a software that allows you to easily control your cat’s home environment with your smartphone, which is ideal for a cat who wants to be an outdoor cat or just loves having his or her privacy invaded.
If you’ve ever wanted to take control of your cat birds environment, Catbird may just be for you.
The software can be purchased for $3.99 from Amazon.com and is free of charge, but if you are looking for a more in-depth guide to using catbird, here are a few quick pointers.
First, you’ll want to take a look at Catbird’s settings page, which includes a tabbed interface for creating your catbirds home.
You’ll want the “Preferences” tab to be checked for “Enable the Catbird app to use all your home’s internal sensors” (so that it can see and hear everything in your house).
Then, click the “Settings” tab, which will give you access to your cat avatars, and your cat will be automatically prompted for a username and password.
If your cat likes cats, you can set it up with a username like “Catbird” and you can then choose a password for it, which you can also set.
Catbirds can be controlled from anywhere with a phone, which allows for quick access to home settings.
The interface is slick, and you don’t have to spend time navigating through a complicated interface to set up the interface.
After you’ve setup your cat, it’s a matter of navigating to the “Home” tab and selecting the “Show Settings” button.
Once you’ve selected the “Hide Home” option, you’re good to go.
Next, select “Catbirds.”
The menu on the right will give a list of options for your cat.
From here, you will be able to control your cats environment from anywhere.
The settings tab is just as intuitive.
In the options, you have access to a number of options including the “Color,” “Lighting,” and “Motion,” and you will have the ability to set your cat to “sleep” when it wakes up, “watch TV” when the cat wakes up and “sleep when your cat is sleeping.”
You can also adjust your cat for different environments by selecting the settings you want for your home.
If all of this sounds daunting, you may want to go into the “Configure” tab.
This tab will give users the ability control a variety of other settings for their cat.
For instance, the “Sleep” and “Watch TV” settings allow for a variety in how your cat watches TV.
You can set your Catbird to wake you up or to wake your cat when it goes to bed.
If it’s in the latter, you could set the “Lights” setting to “Off” or “On.”
Lastly, you might want to set the cat’s preferred temperature, as Catbird can monitor the temperature of your home to see how warm or cold it is at different times.
You have a number a options to control the settings for your Cat, and all of them are accessed via the settings menu.
This is where Catbird really shines.
There is an interface to the Settings tab, so users will want to familiarize themselves with the interface before they start controlling their cat’s environment.
This interface is easy to navigate, and the interface will tell you exactly what settings your cat should be configured to.
To start, select your cat from the menu on your left, then select the “Add” tab at the bottom of the screen.
From this menu, you should see your cat and select “Show All Settings.”
Select “Home,” then select “Environment” and then “Controls.”
Next, you want to add the Cat to the catbird’s home.
The next screen will give your cat the option to “Set a Custom Weather for the Home.”
From here you’ll need to click the option labeled “Custom Weather” on the menu, and then select a weather setting for your new Cat.
After selecting “Set Weather,” you’ll have to select “Custom” and the options for the weather will appear in the drop down menu at the top of the menu.
Click the “Apply” button and the settings will be applied.
You might want a few more things to do while the settings are working before you start your Cat’s environment, but we’re done here.
Once the settings have been applied, the options on the bottom will let you choose your Cat.
You’re now ready to go!
This tutorial shows you how to set-up your cat so that you can control it from your smartphone.
In this tutorial, you need to have a cat in order to start using Catbird.
In addition to the basic settings, there are a number more features you’ll be able see on your