By the end of last year, there were more than 400,000 SMS advertisers in the United States, accounting for an estimated $7.6 billion in revenue, according to industry research firm IDC.
By the beginning of 2020, that number had jumped to more than 3.5 billion.
Now, with the advent of smartphone apps, the number of SMS advertisers is set to increase.
But the problem is that many of these apps aren’t yet compatible with Android and iOS devices.
How does this impact the future of advertising?
One potential solution to this problem is to allow advertisers to create SMS ads in the app.
The problem with this is that Android and iPhone don’t support mobile SMS ads, meaning that SMS ads can’t be embedded in apps that aren’t fully compatible with the OS.
This means that SMS advertisements have to be designed with iOS in mind.
And while there’s an app for that, it doesn’t offer a built-in feature that enables the developer to easily embed SMS ads into a popular app.
In a bid to address the problem, Google has launched Android SMS Ads in a number of different Android apps.
It’s the latest in a string of apps that will allow developers to create and promote SMS ads.
This week, Google unveiled an Android SMS Ad Builder, which will let developers create SMS ad banners in their apps.
The tool lets developers use an existing SMS ad format, such as Google AdWords, Google AdSense, or Adwords, and embed it into their apps for the first time.
Google has been testing this new ad builder for a number years and has seen an increase in adoption.
Now it’s ready to go live in the Google Play store, which is expected to be released in the coming months.
The app is currently only available in the Android Play Store and will be released on the iOS App Store as well.
It will work with a wide variety of apps, including Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Gmail, YouTube, Twitter, and others.
With the app’s integration with Android, the developers will be able to make ads that look similar to their own advertisements in the ads.
But, as the name suggests, Google is not including a full SMS ad banner in the tool.
Instead, they will be limited to the number and duration of SMS ads that are displayed on their apps and their native app will have to provide the content.
Google will be rolling out the new ad tool in the next few weeks, and will include an option to enable SMS ad ads with the new app.
Google said that the SMS ads are a new addition to the ad builder tool and that the developer can also create and display other types of ads.
The new app will also include an SDK for developers to develop and promote ads.
“As you can imagine, the developer experience is critical to this tool,” Google said in a blog post.
“With this new SDK, we’ll also be providing more ways for advertisers to integrate SMS ads with their apps.”
The SDK also provides support for ad banners to be embedded into other apps, so that the ad can be placed on the side of a landing page, or in a pop-up menu, for users to click to get to the appropriate page.
Google is currently testing the SDK with Android apps, and hopes to roll it out to iOS apps soon.