Google is expected to launch its own flight service in the next few years, following Amazon’s announcement last week that it was working on a version of Google’s Skype messaging service.
Amazon’s flight service is currently available for Android and iOS, and Google is likely to follow suit, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Amazon is already in the process of launching its own mobile and web-based video-messaging service, which could be used by Google.
Google also has a large fleet of aircraft in the works.
Its drones are already in use by the U.S. Air Force and other agencies.
Amazon, meanwhile, has not revealed plans for a new service, but it has a growing fleet of fleet of drones in the air.
A Google spokesperson told The Verge that the company is still developing its own service, and is currently testing its own drones and other systems.
The Guardian reported that Amazon is also working on an app that could be integrated with Google’s Google Cloud Platform, a cloud computing platform that includes Amazon Web Services.
Google is also experimenting with its own messaging service, called Hangouts.
Google’s service is expected later this year.