Google has launched a new tool that lets people sign up for AARP health insurance, the US insurance giant’s latest move to combat the rise of Obamacare.
Users can log in with a password and a credit card number to use the site.
AARP, a major American health insurance provider, also launched its own mobile app last year, but the service hasn’t been widely adopted.
In a blog post, the company said it will now allow people to use its mobile app for free on its website, mobile apps and app store.
Users who sign up with a credit or debit card will have access to the AARP Health Insurance app.
Google has long been criticized by conservatives for its lack of transparency and a tendency to make misleading and misleading claims about health insurance.
The company recently said it would limit its ads to health insurance and cancer coverage.
Google’s health-insurance signup process is not available on all sites, and some of the sites may not accept credit cards.
The AARP blog post says AARP will provide a link to a new free mobile app that will be available for download “as soon as possible”.