A new machine from Google makes filling your food on the go fun and easy with its homemade filling stations.
Google says the KFC Mobile Fuel Station is the first of its kind and it’s now available for $35.
The app for Android lets you control the station’s settings and check the food for ingredients.
A Google spokesperson told TechCrunch that the company plans to release more versions of the app as it expands the product line.
The KFC mobile Fuel Station uses a small portable, 3D-printed station that can be connected to the internet.
Google’s mobile Fuel station comes with six stations, each with a 3D printer to print the filling for each station.
The stations also come with a digital recipe book.
The devices use a 3-D printer, which means you can create your own stations from scratch and customize them to your liking.
The Google Fuel Station can hold 1,200 calories and a whopping 3.4 grams of sugar, which is less than half of a typical bar of chocolate chips.
Google said the Kfc Mobile FuelStation is compatible with Google Fit, the new smart fitness tracker from Google.
The company said the Fuel Station comes with a smartphone app that lets you customize the KfFC station’s menu and watch movies and TV shows, all without a need to plug in your phone.
Google is also working on an app for Apple’s Health app.
The Fuel Station also comes with Google’s own app for the Kbarts fitness tracker, which lets you track your workouts and workout plans.
Google has also released its own fitness tracking app for Windows Phone.
Google also announced the Google Fit SmartWatch 3, which includes a smartwatch running on a Google app.