Google announced a new API today for integrating web pages into their services.
The announcement comes a day after Google announced the introduction of the Google Analytics API for integrations with web-based analytics tools.
Google also unveiled the Google Play APIs for Web, Web-based Video and Web-driven Analytics.
The new APIs are not available for existing integrations, so you will need to add a new web page to your website to integrate with Google News, Google Analytics and Google Play.
You will need a URL to embed the multimedia page, a Google News URL, and a link to the Google API to retrieve the relevant data.
For the new APIs, Google also launched the Google Cloud Platform, which means that you can now integrate web pages from the Google cloud with the Google Services.
The Google Cloud API is designed for developers and users to work with the services directly.
The new APIs come at a time when Google has been facing criticism over its use of the cloud and its inability to effectively scale its services.
In response to the criticism, Google has said that the new API “provides a straightforward way to build web pages that work with Google APIs, and to use Google APIs in a way that enables the integration of web content with other Google services.”
The Google News APIs, which are a part of the Chrome browser, are an extension to Google News and are available through Chrome on all platforms.
They allow web developers to integrate news pages into Google News apps.
Users can then read news content on the site and search for news stories, videos, images, and other information.
Google News APIs were first introduced in Chrome in 2018.
Google launched its first standalone version of the API in 2019.
The APIs were extended in 2019 to include news and video-based services.
Google introduced a new news API for Google Chrome in 2020.