Google announces new app for tagging users in social media posts

Google is rolling out a new social media app for its search engine in the United States.

The company said on its blog that it has begun rolling out its “Google Tag” service to users of its search results and YouTube video search results in the U.S. It’s a “new and innovative way for people to tag themselves and others on social media, and to share information with others.”

The app will work on the Google Home device and will be available on all Google devices, the company said.

Google said users will be able to tag up to 50,000 friends and 100,000 family members and employees.

Google says the tag service will let people share photos, videos and other content.

“Today’s announcement represents the latest evolution of the Tag service, and it will be accessible to Google Home users across all Google products,” Google said in a blog post.

Google said it has seen significant growth in the number of Tag users in recent years, and that its “Tag service has seen tremendous growth over the past few years.

We have been working with Google to improve Tag service experience and ensure that it remains an effective way to share data across devices.”

The Google Tag app will be free to download from the Google App Store and Google Play.