adidas has released a new ad campaign that appears to show what an ad looks like on Google’s Android and iOS platforms.
The ad was first spotted on Google in the United States on October 10, 2017.
The video, which is similar to the one Google released in April, uses the ad’s text to show an image of an ad with a few lines cut out.
There’s a new tag in the ad, but the text is still in place.
In the video, a man is seen talking on a phone, while a woman wearing a pair of jeans and a hoodie is sitting in front of a laptop with a screen on the side.
The two appear to be chatting in the background, as the camera pans to the left to show a group of people talking.
In one frame, we can see the man with his phone, but it’s obscured by the hoodie.
In another frame, the woman is sitting behind a laptop and a tablet with a device attached to her arm.
We can see that she’s wearing the hoody as well, which might explain why she looks like she’s chatting.
At the top of the screen, we see the word “Google.”
The text at the bottom of the ad says, “Google AdWords Adwords.
Ads for your brand.
Use this to reach your customers.”
At the bottom, a little bit of text reads, “This ad is now available in the Google Adwords Adwords app.”
AdWords and Google AdSense are both Google’s payment services.
Google’s ad system is used to make ads available on various platforms, including mobile phones, smart TVs, and smart devices.
In 2016, Google rolled out Google Ads, which allows brands to make paid Google ads available to users.
Google also allows brands and advertisers to use AdSense to make money through sponsored links.
The word “Ads” in Google Adsense is a trademark of Google Inc.