Google has rolled out an ad blocker to allow advertisers to run an ad when a search term is “like” or “like this.”
But Google has been working on the technology for a while, and it has been rolled out to the default search options.
It’s not clear when Google plans to roll out its ad blocking service, but it’s also not clear how much time advertisers have to wait before Google makes its ad blocker available to everyone.
The new Google ad blocker doesn’t require users to install the app, but if you’re using an Android phone, you’ll be able to download and install it.
That’s because Android has already made it easier to install apps, so if you download the app to your phone, Google’s ad blocker will be automatically installed.
If you don’t want to install it, you can manually uninstall it by going to Settings > General > About.
Google says that it will also be adding “ad blocking” features to Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, and that the company will also roll out ad blocking to the YouTube app and Google Play Music app.
It hasn’t announced what features are coming to the rest of the apps, but Google said that “there will be many new apps in the coming months that offer the same or similar functionality to our Google Adwords service.”
The company also said that it is working on a Google search extension that will allow advertisers “to display ads while searching for things like ‘like this.'”
The company’s announcement comes as Google continues to expand its ad services to include ads that appear in searches that aren’t related to search results.
Adblock Plus, which Google launched in September, has been downloaded more than 50 million times and has been available to users in more than 20 countries.