Google Chrome has officially entered the realm of the paid search giant’s paid search product.
The extension, dubbed Google Search Plus, will cost $1,999 per year for the foreseeable future, and will allow users to search for any topic or search within the Chrome browser.
The Chrome extension is now available for free on the Google Play Store.
Google Search Plus offers users the ability to add personalized results to their search results.
It also allows users to customize search results for specific keyword terms or search queries, such as the search for the term “hot dogs” or the search term “food”.
For a premium version of the Chrome extension, Google has already sold its own version for $49 per year.
Google SearchPlus will be available to all Google Chrome users for the duration of the extension’s release.
The extension will allow Google to more quickly filter out search results that it deems spammy or inappropriate.
It will also allow users the opportunity to remove search results associated with certain keywords.
Google has also included search results related to its popular Google+ social network, which will allow the extension to display additional information about the topics that are relevant to Google+.
The Google Search extension is available for purchase for $1 and will be included in Google’s Google Chrome desktop browser for the remainder of the year.
Google is now the only search engine that offers its own premium search product, but Google has not yet launched a standalone Chrome extension.
Google Play will be hosting a special Chrome Beta Event on September 29, with a full launch expected on October 10.
The Chrome Beta event will be hosted by Google on September 25 and will feature Google Chrome Beta users getting to test the Chrome beta and receive early access to the beta release.