Newsweek reports that a tech company called Denki, based in France, has introduced a new tool called Denka that allows users to control the device they use with their voice.
Denka is used by many people to block ads on websites and allow them to set a timer.
The new tool is called Denko and works in a similar way to Denka, but it allows users control over the device themselves.
When a user opens Denko on the Denki website, the Denko app is used to log in to the device, which then gives the user control over what they see on the site.
The app uses Denko to set the default browser of the device.
Users can then control the default app, search the web, and turn off any third-party applications that the user might not be able to use without the app.
Users have the option of turning Denko off entirely or allowing the app to be installed by Denko developers.
Denko is not designed to work on a tablet or smartphone, but users can control the Denka settings themselves.
A few users have already reported success with Denko.
One user said they were able to block advertising from the top of the Denkios homepage while still viewing the app and then switching to another app.
The feature is also a handy feature for those who like to keep a close eye on their browsing history.
“The main limitation is that you can only block ads if you are in full control of your Denko,” Denko developer Daniel Levenstein told the website.
“I can’t tell you how many people have been using Denko with Denki and then suddenly they switch back to Denki after one day.
It’s like someone went to their desktop and switched to Denko while they were watching Netflix.”
For users who are worried about the privacy implications of using Denka on their Denko, the new tool lets users opt out of the feature.
The user can choose whether to block the ads or allow the app on the device itself.
Users with Denka installed will also have the ability to turn off the device entirely.