There are many ways to get your content from Google to your mobile devices, including through the app and through other platforms, but a few have a lot of the benefits of being native on your mobile device.
The best of these is a Google Now advertising stand, and now we’ll be looking at how to use it to get content from your mobile app to your desktop or laptop.
We’ve previously discussed how to add an ad to a YouTube video, so we’ll focus here on the Google Now Stand, which allows you to set up a stand and allow users to see your ads in Google Now.
Step 1: Set up the standStep 1a: Select your Android device and press the ‘Go to Stand’ button on the right side of the Google icon, and then select your desktop device from the list.
Step 2: Select the platform you want to install your stand onStep 2a: Press ‘Go’ to the stand menu, and select the Android device you want.
Step 3: Press the ‘Add’ button to add your stand to the Google Stand menu, select the platform from the dropdown menu, then press the Go to Stand button to install it.
Step 4: Now go back to the platform menu, press the Add button again, select your device from dropdown list, and press ‘Go’.
Step 5: Press Go to the ‘Done’ button.
Step 6: Go back to your platform menu and select ‘Go Home’.
Step 7: Go to Settings > Apps, select ‘Apps’.
Select ‘Android’ and ‘Desktop’ from the app menu.
Step 8: Select ‘Google Now’ from your list of supported apps.
Step 9: Select one of the ‘Ads’ tabs in the top right of the window.
Step 10: Select a ‘Ad’ that you want the stand to display, and click ‘Apply’.
You can see the ads displayed on the device, so click on them to view the results.
If you want them to stay on the display, you can press the Refresh button to show them again.
You’ll now see a pop-up saying ‘Ad: This ad has been detected by the device.
You can’t view this ad.’
This means that Google has verified the ad and has flagged it for you.
It will take a few seconds for it to appear.
You can remove the stand from your device by clicking on the Remove button in the bottom left-hand corner of the page, and you’ll see it removed from the platform, with its ‘Ad:’ banner showing up again.