Posted March 18, 2019 05:50:50A new Google Plus app update is coming to Android devices, which will allow you to watch all kinds of ad-free content in the Google Play store.
The Google Play version of the Google Plus service is now rolling out to devices running Android 4.4 KitKat, which is the most recent version of Google’s Android platform.
Google Plus is a free, ad-supported service that lets users post and share their content without paying.
It’s available on devices running the Android OS, Android Wear, Samsung Galaxy phones and more.
Google is still working out how to handle ads in Google Plus on mobile devices, but users are reporting that the new ad-blocking features will allow them to watch more free content.
Google says that new features in the Android app include:Google Plus ads in-app and in-mobileFree ads in apps and in the newsFree ads at local businesses, restaurants, hotels, and other placesGoogle Plus will now automatically show up in-market ads in a way that makes it easier to find and engage with the ad you’re looking for.
This feature, which was first introduced in the iOS app in September, is now available in the latest version of Android on all Android devices running 4.3 KitKat and higher.
The ad-blocker will show up as a pop-up notification when an in-place ad appears on your screen.
The notification will include a description of the ad, a link to stop it from running and a link that lets you delete the ad.
The next time you open Google Plus, you’ll be presented with a notification that says “This ad is not available yet.
Click here to view.”
If you click on that link, the ad will be removed from your screen and the ad-favoring website will be blocked from appearing in the app.
Google’s free ads are available to anyone in the U.S. and Canada who is not Google Inc. and who doesn’t have a Google Plus account.
The Android app will also now display ads when a person signs in using their Google account.
Google will add this feature to Android and iOS in the coming weeks, Google said.
For more information on Google Plus and Google’s ad-tracking tools, visit the Google blog.
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