By now, most of you have seen the adverts for Google’s Auto-Installers app for Android that appear on the Google Play Store and other mobile stores.
The app is essentially a Chrome browser extension that lets you install Google’s Google-branded apps for Chrome, Chrome OS, and Android, including Chrome’s default browser, Firefox.
As the name suggests, the app lets you pick an app from the list, then install it by just selecting it from a drop-down menu.
It’s very similar to the Chrome browser’s built-in Chrome browser plug-in.
This is what the ad on the right says: This is the Google Auto Installer app for Chrome.
If you don’t have Chrome installed, you can download the Chrome Web Store here.
This extension has been around for quite a while, but it’s only recently been expanded to allow Android devices and other platforms.
If this is your first time using Auto-installer, you’re going to want to do a little digging.
In the Chrome web store, search for the Google-approved Chrome extension, and download the Google app.
Once you’re in the Chrome app, click on the “Settings” tab and check “Auto Installer”.
Once you’ve done that, click “Install” at the bottom of the screen.
After a few seconds, Auto-Add will ask you for a username and password.
You can choose to install the app directly, or you can install it on your device, so long as you have the Google Chrome app installed.
If all went well, you’ll be greeted with a Chrome page that looks like this: You’ll be able to see the install progress, but you’ll also see a message telling you that it took about 30 minutes.
The next screen should look something like this.
You’ll now be taken to a confirmation screen where you can click “Continue”.
When you’ve completed that, Auto Add should install the Google Apps Chrome app.
The Google app will now be available in the Google chrome store.
You should now be able access the Google+ page for Google and the Google Blogs app.
You’re now ready to install Google Apps.
Click on the icon in the top right-hand corner of the page to bring up the “Install Now” menu.
If everything goes well, Auto add should be installing the Google apps app.
In addition to the Google App, Auto Install will install the official Google blog and Google+ account, along with some Google+-specific content like a Google Plus account.
Once installed, Auto installer will open and prompt you to log in with your Google account, which you can do by selecting the “Google” icon on the top of the browser window.
Click the green “OK” button.
Now you’ll see a list of all the installed apps.
The Auto installers also offer a few other cool features.
For instance, you get a list that shows you how many apps have been installed so far.
To get a more detailed list of installed apps, click the icon on top of each app to open the “Add More” menu, where you’ll find a list with a few options: “Add more apps to list” opens the “More” section of the list.
To delete a list, click and drag it off the list to delete it.
You may want to also check the “Delete all apps” checkbox if you don and you want to see your current list of apps.
After you click “Finish”, you’ll get a pop-up message telling the app that it’s now installed and ready to use.
Once the install is complete, you should be able see the Google blog page in your Chrome browser.
If the Google site has been installed and functioning properly, you may see a link in the toolbar to a Google+ profile.
This profile page will show you all the relevant Google+ posts you’ve posted on Google+, plus a couple of other useful links.
If your profile has been set to public, it will show up when you visit your profile page.
You don’t need to sign in to your Google+ site if you’ve installed Auto-Ads.
If it’s not, it won’t work either.
When you click the “Open Google” button in the popup window that appears when you open a new tab, Google’s web page should appear.
Auto-App Installer is available in Google Chrome, Android, and iOS.
If Auto-Admin isn’t for you, the Auto Admin add-on is also available.
This add-in allows you to add, delete, and manage Google’s apps from within Chrome and other web browsers.
For example, you could add an app to a Chrome list and then delete it, or delete an app and then remove it from another list.
If that sounds like something you would use often, you might want to give Auto Admin a try