A little over a year ago, Google launched its new initiative to build its own smartphone and tablet app.
In the first half of 2017 alone, the company said it spent $10.6 million building an app for its devices.
In June, the firm announced plans to spend $12 million on the initiative.
That money will go towards a new mobile app that will be launched in late 2020.
The project will be led by the mobile and desktop team at Google’s Android group.
The new app will work as a standalone platform, and it will work on Google Play and the Google Play Store, as well as Google’s own devices, such as the Nexus 10 and Pixel phones.
The app will run in the browser, on smartphones, and on tablets.
It will be available in both the US and Europe, but it won’t be available outside of the US, Google said in a blog post.
The move comes after Google spent more than a decade developing Android, which is a smartphone operating system.
The company has been trying to keep up with Android developers by launching several Android devices, but hasn’t made a big splash with a smartphone product.
Its new effort aims to provide developers with a simple and fast mobile app platform.
Google has spent a lot of time developing a mobile platform for developers, and now it has something to show for it.
The goal is to provide a simple, fast mobile application platform that developers can build on.
“With Android, it’s very hard to get good apps, especially in the US,” Google’s VP of product management, Matt Frank, said at a conference in June.
“We’re not going to make a huge effort to compete with the iOS ecosystem in the smartphone space.”
Google says it will spend $5 million in 2017 to build the app, which will include “the first fully-fledged mobile app experience for the Google Search app.”
That’s a big number for Google, which has struggled with developers building mobile apps for the company’s services, which have long been the primary source of revenue for Google.
Google says that it’s also developing a new Android app that can be used for search.