Tech site Ars Technia is reporting that Google has launched an ad network for online videos, a service that allows Google+ users to upload and view videos from their friends.
Google+ is a service designed to let people easily share and collaborate on video, a feature that has long been a mainstay of Google’s social network.
This new feature, however, allows users to watch and upload videos from Google+ on other social networks.
The new service is called YouTube Ad Networks, and it offers both ad-free and ad-supported video sharing on YouTube.
This means that users can upload and watch videos from YouTube, but it also means that YouTube is able to monetize video that it has created.
The service is not as robust as YouTube’s own video-sharing platform, but Google+ offers a number of features that allow people to easily share videos and other content with friends, such as commenting and voting on posts.
The site is also available for mobile devices and the web.
YouTube has also added a “top posts” section for YouTube, which allows users and advertisers to see how others are commenting on videos.
Google is currently rolling out the new YouTube Ad Services on the Google+ website, and the site will also open up to developers to build their own ad-serving services.
The YouTube Ad Network is available for free, but users will have to pay to enable ad-blocking features.
The Google+ Ad Network allows users the ability to upload videos and upload images on YouTube to share them with friends.
YouTube also launched its own video platform in October of last year, and Google has also built out its own streaming video service.
Google also launched a new social network that lets users share content and get support from friends.