Check Out The Latest Two Videos From Google

When it comes to Google, there are many of the company's services and apps that the Android community enjoy. However, there is also the abundance of videos that the company release promoting those various apps and services, which can typically bring a smile to the faces of Android users. Back in November of last year, Google released the latest Nexus devices as well as Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and with the new releases, came a brand new ad campaign which made use of the new 'Be together all the same' slogan. Along with the slogan came a bunch of interesting videos.

Well, for those who enjoy Google's videos, it now looks like two new videos have been made public by the company. The new videos are entitled "Sight Seekers" and "Silent Disco Dancers" and both come with a slightly humorous tone. Both videos seems to place a focus on the use of the Google App. Although, the Silent Disco Dancers video also does make a point of highlighting the use of Play Music. In this video, a bunch of silent dancers (listing to their own music via headphones, but together) are doing their thing, while Play Music coupled with the Google App makes it easy for them to change songs. Basically, the emphasis is on how Google can help you find music for whatever it is you might be doing...including silent disco dancing in the woods.

The second video, Sight Seekers, focuses more heavily on the informational use of the Google App. In this video, a group of travelers venture into an area where they cannot see anything due to the high levels of mist. The video then goes on to highlight how making use of the Google App can help you to find out all kinds of formation on your current location. In the video, the group can even see images of what they would be looking at if the mist was not so bad. As mentioned, both videos are quite lighthearted and do continue a familiar Google tone that we have seen before in previous videos. You can check out both videos in full for yourself by hitting play below.

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