Google has today launched an official app for its AdWords platform, but sadly the company is restricting access to Canada for the time being. This news comes after Google launched its AdWords Express app last year, which was made specifically for the company’s automated AdWords service for small businesses.

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With the app, users will be able to view the performance of ad campaigns, update bids and budgets, get notifications so you always know how things are going, make changes to their campaigns based on in-app suggestions, and even call an expert at Google.

As per the app’s description on the Play Store:

The Google AdWords app helps you stay connected with your ad campaigns from anywhere, using your Android smartphone. You can easily view your ads’ performance on the go with this simplified companion to your desktop account. So you’ll keep your campaigns running smoothly—no matter where your business takes you.

You can download the app on the Play Store for free. There’s no word yet on an iOS app, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see one released considering Google has been pretty good about launching apps side-by-side for both platforms.

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