A new free ad-blocking tool called Adblock Plus, which lets you block ads in Google News feeds without having to log in to Google, is available for download.
The new tool, which Google says was developed by Google’s ad tech unit, is not an ad blocker, but it does block ads that are placed in the same news items as ads from Google News publishers.
“This means you can still find the ads you need,” Google said in a blog post on Tuesday.
AdblockPlus is available now on both Android and iOS, and Google says that it has more plans in the works for its ad-block software.
Google has long offered an ad-blocking service called AdGuard that is not blocked by Google News and is available on a wide range of platforms, including Chrome, Firefox, and the Google Search app.
AdGuard is an ad blocking extension that allows you to block ads from certain sources, such as Google News.
Google said it plans to expand its AdGuard product to Google Apps in the coming months, though the company hasn’t provided any details.
Google is also working on a new ad blocking service called Google Analytics.
It is currently available only for the Google Chrome browser.
Google Analytics, which allows users to monitor what ads are shown in the news feeds of their friends, is designed to be used with ad blockers, though it is not currently being used for Adblock+.
“The AdBlock Plus ad blocking tool is designed for use by advertisers who want to block Google Ads from their sites or apps,” Google explained.
Google did not provide any details on how to install AdBlockPlus or how long the AdBlock++ extension will be available for purchase.
AdBlockplus is available free in the Play Store and Google Play for both Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
Advertisers can buy AdBlock+ at a price of $9.99 a month for five users.
Ad Block Plus is currently not available in Google Search or Google Apps.
Google also recently launched an adblock extension for Firefox, though not to the same extent as AdBlock+.
The company is also developing an adblocking tool for Windows Phone called AdBlock.
Google declined to comment on its plans for AdBlock+, but it has recently made a push to get advertisers using its services to switch to AdBlock as the dominant ad blocking software.