More local ads are coming to the mobile and tablet market, as Google’s search giant moves to more aggressively target its advertising network to users.
Google announced Wednesday it is rolling out ads to consumers across the mobile space, with ads appearing on devices and in apps that are connected to Google services like Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps.
The change, which also appears to affect Google Wallet, a payment service that’s used for both Google Play and Google Wallet.
The company said ads are now appearing on the homescreen of Android devices, Google Home and Chrome on Android phones, and on Google’s Chrome app on Android and Apple iOS devices.
Google said it has a total of nearly 2.5 billion ad impressions on its network, with ad impressions up more than 30% since the search giant first announced the move in May.
That’s because Google now uses its advertising platform to target more ads to users and is working on a plan to make that more efficient.
The company said it plans to roll out ads on its desktop and mobile websites in the coming months, and it expects that to increase the number of ads appearing online by at least 20%.
It also said it would offer ads to advertisers in the Google Play Store and its mobile app.
Google also said that its mobile ads will appear on sites that have a Google Analytics dashboard, such as Google Search and Google News.
The search giant is also experimenting with ads for its Chrome browser, which is currently a separate app from Google Search.
Google is not only making more targeted ads for users, but it’s also looking to more deeply tap into the online advertising space.
The search giant said it’s working with a number of mobile ad networks, including Google AdSense, to help users see ads that are relevant to them, which can help them make more informed decisions about their spending.
“Mobile is the next frontier for advertisers and for the mobile ecosystem,” Google’s head of mobile products, Tom Vasel, said in a blog post.
“We’re building a new, much more personalized mobile experience for consumers.
Our goal is to build a mobile advertising ecosystem that’s as good as or better than what you see in the digital world.”
The new ads are part of a larger trend to more heavily target users online, which Google sees as a key part of its future success. “
This is the first time we’ve seen that on the platform.”
The new ads are part of a larger trend to more heavily target users online, which Google sees as a key part of its future success.
Google is spending more than $1 billion on ads for the next few years to make sure that its search network and its advertising partners are able to offer consumers more targeted advertising to make their browsing experience more personalized and relevant.