Google has begun marketing campaign for its cross-platform search tool dubbed “Google Search App“–with a new Television commerical appearing in the recent episode of “Worst Cooks In America.”
For those new, “Google Search app” is available across the devices (from Android, iOS, Symbian, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and other platforms)–and lets quickly and easily find what you need on the web and on your device.
With Google Search app, you can:
- “Quickly search the web and your phone or tablet
- Use your voice to search and more
- Get personalized results based on your location.”
You can get the Google Search App for your devices here.
Here are Google Search App TV Ads–arranged on the number of view:
“Martin Van Buren” posted November 20, 2012, tops the list with 12,075,868 million views, features a mother who turn her daughter into US president Martin Van Buren, at the last minute. Google to the rescue:
“Replacement Umpire” aired on November 20, 2012 — has 6,749,275 views million views:
“Interview” went live on December 20, 2012 –has over 4,296,201 million views, features a job candidate quickly learning something about his interviewer by using the search-by-image feature:
“Smart Dad” also went on air on December 20, 2012-with 3,036,752 million views, has a dad seeming to know everything — with the secret help of Google’s search app:
“Google Search App: Snow Day” posted on March 6, 2013 with about 110,912 views, features a daughter hoping Google will report that her father’s flight is cancelled, so they can have a snow day: