Google is adding free online courses to its News, Videos, and Docs platforms.
The news follows the announcement that Google News is going free on iOS.
The News, Video, and Document apps are designed for people who want to watch videos or read articles online for free.
The apps work by embedding a Google Chrome extension into a YouTube video, then asking the user to subscribe to the Google News app.
If the user subscribes to Google News for free, they’ll get access to all the apps for free for a year.
Users will have the option of subscribing to the news apps in three ways: by paying $3.99 per month for a full year or $9.99 for a half-year.
If they subscribe for $4.99 or more, Google will pay them for every month.
The apps will be available to download from Google’s Play Store on the iPhone and iPad.
They are designed to help users learn how to use Google’s various services to better understand the world around them.
Google’s News, video, and document apps have always been free, but this is the first time the Google Play store will have a paid version.