Horse care app to offer ‘augmented reality’ feature
Natalie Martin, a founding partner of the company behind the Barncat horse care app, recently announced the launch of Barncat’s beta testing phase for Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS.
“Designed to help horse owners and equestrians manage and track their horse’s health more efficiently, the app will revolutionize the way horse care is handled,” the Barncat press release reads.
The beta testing phase will begin in June 2023 for interested equestrians and horse owners to try out the new app. According to the release, users will have access to all features during the testing phase and are encouraged to provide feedback.
“By participating in the beta testing phase, users will have the opportunity to shape the app’s development and be the first to experience its benefits,” Martin adds.
To sign up for the iOS beta testing phase, interested equestrians and horse owners can visit www.barncat.app/betasignup. Limited slots are available, and interested participants are encouraged to sign up soon.
“We’re thrilled to offer this new platform that will help horse owners stay proactive in their horses’ health management,” says Martin. “Our digital timeline, augmented reality hoof photo feature, custom weather alerts, and tips and education features will make it easy for horse owners to track and manage their horse’s health.”
At Barncat, the mission is to empower horse owners and equestrians to take the best possible care of their horses. “We believe that every horse deserves the highest standard of care and attention, and we are committed to making that a reality,” the company’s press release reads. “Our app is designed to simplify managing your horse’s health and well-being, and to provide you with the tools you need to stay ahead of any potential issues. We’re dedicated to fostering a community of horse lovers who share our passion for happy, healthy horses, and we’re constantly striving to improve our app and make it the go-to resource for horse owners around the world. For more information, visit www.barncat.app.”