Google has added a new way to use Google Ads on Android devices to help boost mobile revenue in the country.
According to a blog post by AdSense India, Google’s latest update to Android 6 and 6 and Android 6+ has included support for ad-blocking in the Google Store and in Google Play for Android devices.
Google has also added a “Google Ads on Google Play” section to the app store, along with a “Remove Ads” button.
The removal button will disable ads from the app and remove the offending ads from your phone.
This feature was previously available in the Play Store.
A few weeks ago, the company introduced an ad-blocker for Android phones, dubbed Google AdBlock Plus.
The app is designed to remove ads and stop users from downloading other apps that don’t have the ad-fraud-detection technology, and it’s compatible with Android 6 devices.
Google’s Android 6 update has also been made available for iPhone and iPad, and is also available for other mobile platforms.
The company also launched a new Android app, Google Ads, for Google+ to let users download and install Google’s advertising technology on their phones.
Google has also introduced a new ad-ad blocker for Android, dubbed AdBlock.
The announcement of the new Google Ads app comes at a time when Google is looking to increase its mobile ad revenues.
The search giant has been working on the AdBlock app since September, and Google says it is ready to launch the app this week.