In an attempt to promote its SDK's for iOS Development, Google has announced a new series of developer outreach videos called "Route 85". The videos promote the use of Google's own array of tools to create amazing iOS apps. Google is aiming big. They are planning to use the new video series to promote the latest SDK's and libraries released for developing apps for iOS. In a short ad on the official Google Developers YouTube channel, developer advocate Todd Kerpelman gives a brief rundown of what viewers can expect from the upcoming show. "We have a whole bunch of crazy smart engineers that are building dozens of apps for iOS devices," Kerpelman says. "And we have SDKs available for everything from Maps, to analytics, to games that you could use to power your own apps." Google already makes apps for its own Android ecosystem but they are looking into ways to get into iOS development options as well. This will not only profit the search giant, but also will help future converts to Android as all the services will have their information as well. The recently revamped Search App for iOS is an example on how they plan to use their APIs. Route 85 is set to debut soon on the Google Developers' YouTube channel. Check them out here.