Popular Android commercials in 2015 include "Android: Friends Furever," "Android: 100 Billion Words" and "Android: And Proud." These commercials are part of a Google campaign encouraging people to "be together, not the same." As of 2015, these commercials are available for viewing on YouTube.
"Android: Friends Furever" is a compilation of video clips that feature several animals fondly interacting with each other despite belonging to different species. The commercial subtly describes the customization options of the Android platform versus the more restrictive environment of the Apple iOS. Android devices come from different manufacturers and offer varying hardware and software specifications, whereas iOS devices only come from Apple.
"Android: 100 Billion Words" showcases the Google Translate app. According to Google, the app translates more than 100 billion words per day. Common phrases for which people use the app include "How are you?" and "Thank you." The app has useful features, such as offline support, handwriting support and automatic voice translation, which help people overcome language barriers.
"Android: And Proud" is one of Google's contributions to promote global Pride celebrations and awareness. It depicts cartoon versions of celebrities who are openly gay or friendly to gay communities. In addition, it encourages people to create their own Android-like avatars.