By the end of this month, it will be the first day of fall, which means the first month of the year is upon us.
But even before that, the next few months of the coming year are already shaping up to be a very busy one for gbs users.
If you’ve been following the development of gbs and the developers behind it over the past few years, you might be aware that we’ve been steadily adding new features to the application over the last year.
Some of those new features include:The first new feature announced was the addition of support for “GBS” tags and gbs apps, as well as a few other features, in August.
Since then, more new features have been added, including the ability to download and manage GBS-branded packages, and the ability for users to add new tags to their own apps.
We also saw a couple of major changes to gbs support, with the addition in December of a new “Gbs” option in the app’s settings menu, which now lets you set the date and time when you want your app to launch.
The option now also allows users to choose from the gb app menu or the gs app menu.
We’ve also been seeing a few more new APIs added to the app, which allows you to set a default search query to be used when launching your app, or if you want to set it to auto-complete for you when you start an app.
There are also a couple more new settings options added to gb’s app settings, and some new features in the settings of gs apps.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated as we see more of these new features added in the coming months.
We’d like to thank all the developers who have contributed to the development and maintenance of gb over the years, and we hope that you enjoy using gbs as much as we do.
We’d also like to say a big thank you to all the gbuys who have donated to the gbiome foundation, which provides support for gbiomes and other gbs projects.
We’ve been working with them to improve the application’s features, improve the quality of the app itself, and help keep the gbisource open.
Stay tuned for more gbs updates in the months to come.
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