FourFourThree developer Mark Boulton said the company would be announcing the app today on the App Store.
It will also launch on Google Play, which is already home to many of the popular app store apps, including Instagram, Snapchat, and Snapchat Stories.
Boulton’s four-year-old app, Snap, will be available in the Google Play store for free.
Snap has already been downloaded more than 100 million times.
FourFourTwo app developer Mark Auld wrote:The new app will be designed for both Android and iPhone users.
The app is a fully featured mobile game experience.
It also has a focus on social media, allowing players to share their experiences and experiences of other players, as well as be able to send and receive updates from their friends and followers.
FourFourFive’s Ben Kuchera also said the app will launch on the Google store.
FourFive has been a regular contributor to the app store.
The news of FourFour Five’s app launch came after Apple said it was rolling out the new Snap app on iOS and Android this month.
The launch of the new app comes amid a wave of major app launches from the major mobile players, including Facebook, Apple, and Google.