The world’s most popular brick is about to become a household item.
Google is releasing a new feature that can frame your own bricks, and the company is offering free trials for anyone interested in learning how to make your own.
It’s an intriguing idea and, while it’s not as easy as assembling a box, it’s the right thing to do for the technology that’s driving a lot of innovation around building things.
“We’re all about the next big thing,” says Kevin Fenton, Google’s director of product management.
“I think the thing people most want to do is have a brick built, and I think this is one way we can help that.”
Google says it is offering a free trial to anyone who decides to buy a brick that they’ve made themselves.
You can download the free brickmaker tool from Google’s site, and start by choosing your size, material and color.
The tool shows you how to place your bricks into the frame, and when finished, you can get a free frame that fits inside your home.
Then, the free trial ends and you can pay £19.99 to upgrade to a full-price brick.
“It’s a good way to start building and building on your own, to see what you can do,” Fenton says.
“You can have a very robust, high-quality brick that you can show off to your friends and your family.”
Google is working on other brickmaking tools that are similar to the free trials, including a tool that can make bricks that can be used to build a door.
But there’s a catch: once you’ve purchased the frame you can’t take it anywhere.
Fenton points out that bricks don’t like being thrown around, and there’s nothing preventing you from putting it back where you found it.
Google says you can use the free tool to buy new bricks.
There’s no need to leave a mark, either.
The company is also offering a range of other tools, including an app that can take a picture of a brick and show you how it looks.
It can also make your home look like a movie set.
“What you see is what you get,” says Fenton.
The Google app also lets you choose which brick you want to use as a backdrop for your home or office, and you’ll get access to a number of different options to decorate your home, from a wallpaper to a wall design.
There are also free online courses on how to frame and make bricks for a wide range of industries, including construction, education, medicine, retail, healthcare and hospitality.
You don’t need to pay to buy the tool, and Google says a free 30-day trial period will let you see how it works and get a feel for how it might affect your home if you decide to go that route.
But, if you do decide to buy, you’ll have to use Google’s paid trial.
It will be free for a limited time only.
The free trial will be available for all Google Home devices on April 6 and will last until June 24.
The product, which can be found on the Google Play store for free, will be limited to the UK, but Google says more countries are expected to come online.
“This is a good time for us to bring the bricks to the world,” Finton says.