Published: Wed, May 15, 2019
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Google Is Bringing Ads to Its Mobile App

Google Is Bringing Ads to Its Mobile App

Executives also pointed out that more people will likely click on ads with images, which could, in turn, mean they show up in more search results.

"It actually changed with mobiles and what users expect from an online service like Google", he said.

Shares of Alphabet fell 1 percent to $1,124.86 on Tuesday. You will have the option to continue planning and all the things you searched for including saved places, flights you're tracking, etc will be on the trip, provided you're signed in to your Google account.

Overall, I don't think anyone wants to see ads period but if Google does make the format interesting, it may be a new way for many users to interact with advertisements and information that is relevant to them. Anyone who pays attention knows that ads are a major part of Google's core business and with that being said... announced today, you will soon be seeing a lot more ads inside of Google's most used services on mobile, such as Google Images, Discover, and YouTube.

"By combining search intent with a more interactive visual format, gallery ads make it easier for you to communicate what your brand has to offer". Google Shopping, the company's primary e-commerce offering, also received a face lift.


"Our goal is to simplify trip planning by helping you quickly find the most useful information and pick up where you left off on any device", Holden said. "With this new experience, we're merging the best of Google Express with Google Shopping", the company said in a blog post.

Normal ads will now appear in Google's discover feed which can be found on homescreens of many Android devices, the Google mobile homepage as well as on the Google App.

Collections: Users will soon be able to save their searches into "Collections" as a way to organize and return to them.

As an example, when using Google Images for certain things like living room furniture, you may come across a gallery ad that can be opened and explored.

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