Apple Continues To Integrate Google (& AdSense) Into Software

Apple and Google alliance just got stronger from Last100 discusses how Apple’s latest software release with iLife and iWork have enhanced integration into Google Maps, Google AdSense and YouTube.

You can now easily embed both Google Maps and Google AdSense directly into your web pages created in iWeb. Apple makes it very easy. All you need to do is select the Google widget you want to add, and it will walk you through the process of customizing both Google Maps and Google AdSense directly within iWeb. In fact, Apple’s iWeb will automatically match the color the AdSense ads to your web page theme. Apple explains a bit more on how that works over here.

In addition, with the release of the new iMovie, Google has provided a direct method of uploading your movie to YouTube. Apple calls this the “YouTube connection.”

And as many of us know already, both YouTube and Google Maps are standalone applications on Apple’s new iPhone.

Jeremy Schoemaker said it will be interesting to see how people use this.

Here are some screen captures of adding Google Maps and AdSense to your iWeb pages.

Apple & Google AdSense & Maps

Apple & Google AdSense & Maps

Apple & Google AdSense & Maps

Apple & Google AdSense & Maps

Related Topics: Channel: Display | Google: AdSense | Google: Partnerships


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