It was the kind of story you’d expect to hear in a new Google search, except it wasn’t.
It was a story about a Google-branded video app that you could actually download from the Google Play Store, without ever having to install a Google app.
The story is the latest in a string of Google-made news stories.
In September, Google added video clips to Google Hangouts, a new video messaging app for the Hangouts app store.
Last week, Google started selling a video app called Vidco Video, which let you make videos from Google Maps, YouTube, and other Google apps.
A Google app named “Video Player” lets you create YouTube videos.
And Google recently launched a new “YouTube app” that lets you watch YouTube videos directly from Google Home, Google’s smart speaker, Google Home Hub, Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 3 devices.
Google also has an Android app called Google Video Assistant that lets users create YouTube video clips, and it offers a similar interface for Google Now.
On top of all that, Google launched a video clip player for the Chrome Web Store.
But this app isn’t the first time Google has started making a video-centric product.
For the last two years, Google has made a video capture app called VideoHook that was made by video app developer Droga.
Droga had already built an Android video app for Android that was similar to Google Video, but it was made in a completely different way.
VideoHook lets you record video and upload it to YouTube.
That means you can share it with friends, and then share it on YouTube.
That app was a big hit with video bloggers, but YouTube also has its own video app.