Google is making a bet on the power of its digital weight scale.
The search giant announced the launch of a digital weighing scale on Monday, designed to help users weigh digital content on the go.
Users will now be able to choose from a range of weights, ranging from one to eight ounces, to weigh their digital content.
The new digital weighing scales will be available in the US and Europe by the end of 2019.
Google is also investing $3.6m to build a pilot project for a digital weighting scale in the UK, with the goal of eventually shipping the technology there.
Users can now weigh their content, and can then export their data to Google’s platform, Google Cloud Platform, to be used in the future.
Google says the new scales will help users to weigh out digital content in ways that are more accurate, convenient and reliable.
“The scales can be used for both large and small scale calculations and they’re easy to use,” a Google spokesperson said.
“This new scale allows users to easily weigh content that’s been stored on their device in real-time, while still providing the benefits of weighing digital content.”
Digital weighting scales are already used in countries like Australia and the UK.
But they haven’t been used in any major markets.
The scale is expected to be the first in the world to be released in the West.
A company spokesperson said that Google will not make money on the scales.
“Digital weight scales are an exciting new technology, and we’re excited to see the world of digital content weigh up alongside traditional weight scales, so that we can help users get the most out of the experience,” the spokesperson said in a statement.
“We’ll continue to work with the industry to bring this technology to other markets.”
Google has previously announced a new scale, the Weight-To-Metric Converter, which will allow users to convert weight measurements into metric units.
The company said it will begin rolling out the new digital weight weighing scale to other countries by the middle of next year.