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Free the Animation VR / AR
Play to reveal 3D images and 3D models!
Demonstration A-Frame / Multiplayer
Android app on Google Play
vlrPhone / vlrFilter
Project of very low consumption, radiation and bitrate softphones, with the support of the spatial audio, of the frequency shifts and of the ultrasonic communications / Multifunction Audio Filter with Remote Control!


Vectors and 3D Models

City Images, Travel Images, Safe Images

Howto - How To - Illustrated Answers


List of Google products
The following is a list of products and services provided by Google. Google Cultural Institute Google Art Project FeedBurner – used in news feed management

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The following is a list of products and services provided by Google.

  • 1 Web-based products
    • 1.1 Search tools
    • 1.2 Advertising services
    • 1.3 Communication and publishing tools
  • 2 Development tools
    • 2.1 Security tools
    • 2.2 Map-related products
    • 2.3 Statistical tools
  • 3 Operating systems
  • 4 Desktop applications
  • 5 Mobile applications
    • 5.1 Mobile web applications
    • 5.2 Mobile standalone applications
  • 6 Hardware
  • 7 Services
  • 8 Discontinued products and services
    • 8.1 2006
    • 8.2 2007
    • 8.3 2008
    • 8.4 2009
    • 8.5 2010
    • 8.6 2011
    • 8.7 2012
    • 8.8 2013
    • 8.9 2014
    • 8.10 2015
    • 8.11 2016
    • 8.12 2017
    • 8.13 2018
    • 8.14 2019
    • 8.15 Scheduled to be discontinued
  • 9 See also
  • 10 References
  • 11 External links
Web-based products Search tools Number Name Description Launched 1 Google Search A web search engine and Google's core product. It receives over 3 billion search queries per day. Google also offers regional search by its 189 regional level domains. September 15, 1997 2 Google Images Used to search images, with results based on the file name of the image, the link text pointing to the image and text adjacent to the image. Search based on an uploaded image. July 12, 2001 3 YouTube Video application. Acquired by Google in 2010. Google's video partnerships include agreements with CBS, The NHL, and the NBA. It searches videos posted on Metacafe, Dailymotion, and other popular video hosting websites.[1] February 14, 2005 4 Google News Automated news compilation service and search engine for news for more than 20 languages. While the selection of news stories is fully automated, the sites are selected by human editors. September 2002 5 Google Finance Searchable US business news, opinion, and financial data. Features include company-specific pages, blog search, interactive charts, executives information, discussion groups and a portfolio. March 21, 2006 6 Google Shopping (previously Google Product Search and Google Store) Searches online stores, including auctions, for products.[2] Google Shopping:

May 31, 2012

Google Product Search:

April 18, 2007

Google Store: [3]

December 12, 2002

7 Google Books Search engine for the full text of printed books. The content that is displayed depends on arrangements with publishers, ranging from short extracts to entire books. October 2004 8 Google Patents Search engine to search through millions of patents, each result with its own page, including drawings, claims and citations. December 14, 2006 9 Google Scholar Searches the full text of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and scholarly fields. Includes virtually all peer-reviewed journals. November 20, 2004 10 Google Dataset Search Searches data repositories and local and national government websites for datasets.[4] September 5, 2018 11 Google Hotel Finder Used to search for hotels, including check-in and check-out dates.[5] N/A 12 Google Alerts Email notification service that sends alerts based on chosen search terms, whenever it finds new results. Alerts include web results, Google Groups results, news and videos.[6] August 6, 2003 13 Google Assistant Voice-based Search Service and AI Assistant. May 18, 2016 14 Google Custom Search (formerly Google Co-op) Creates a customized search experience for a website. Renamed from Google Co-op, which in turn replaced Google Free Search. Google Custom Search

October 23, 2006

Google Co-op

October 24, 2006

15 Google Flights Used to search for flights from many airlines to many destinations, offering tools such as price comparisons and travel recommendations.[7] September 13, 2011 16 Google Groups Web and email discussion service and Usenet archive. Users can join a group, make a group, publish posts, track favorite topics, write a set of group web pages updatable by members and share group files. February 12, 2001 17 Google Translate Translate one language to another April 28, 2006 18 Google Web History (was Google Search History, Google Personalized Search) Used in web page tracking, which records Google searches, web pages, images, videos, music and other data. It includes bookmarks, search trends and item recommendations. Google released Search History in April 2005, when it began to record browsing history,[8] expanding and renaming the service to Web History in April 2007.[9] 2016
Advertising services Number Name Description Launched 1 Google Ads Selects and displays ads in the Sponsored Links section next to search results. October 23, 2000 2 Google Marketing Platform Web analytics service that tracks and reports website traffic November 14, 2005 3 Google Ad Manager Drives direct sales revenue and maximizes yield on non-guaranteed inventory. February 22, 2010 4 AdMob Mobile advertising network[10] that offers advertising solutions for Android, iOS and Windows Phone.[11] April 10, 2006 5 Google AdSense Contextual advertising solution to web publishers that delivers text-based Google Ads ads that are relevant to site content pages. June 18, 2003 6 Google Ad Grants In-kind donation program awarding free AdWords advertising to select charitable organizations. N/A
Communication and publishing tools
  1. Google Cultural Institute
  2. Google Art Project
  3. FeedBurner – used in news feed management services, including feed traffic analysis and advertising facilities.
  4. Google 3D Warehouse – online service that hosts 3D models of existing objects, locations (including buildings) and vehicles created in Google SketchUp. Models can be downloaded into Google Sketch-up by other users or Google Earth.
  5. G Suite – service for businesses, enterprise, and education providing independently customizable versions of several Google products under a custom domain name. Services included are Gmail, Google Hangouts, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Forms, Google Slides, Google Sites, Google Contacts and Google Groups.
  6. Google Hire – human resources hiring tool. Provides a system for employers to collect applications and search for job candidates.[12]
  7. Blogger – weblog publishing tool. Users can create custom, hosted blogs with features such as photo publishing, comments, group blogs, blogger profiles and mobile-based posting with little technical knowledge.
  8. Google Bookmarks – free online bookmark storage service.[13]
  9. – personalized shopping to find/discover fashion goods.[14]
  10. Google Business Solutions – collection of services offered by Google directed at webmasters and businesses.[15] Components: Feedburner, Google AdWords, Google AdSense, Google Analytics, Google Enterprise Search solutions, G Suite, Google Checkout, Google Local Business Center, Google Merchant Center, Google Trusted Stores, Postini, Google Webmaster Central, Google Ad Manager, Google Maps and Earth Solutions, Google Website Optimizer.
  11. Google Calendar – online calendar with Gmail integration, calendar sharing and a "quick add" function to create events using natural language. It is similar to those offered by Yahoo! and Windows Live.
  12. Google Charts – interactive, Web-based chart image generation from user-supplied JavaScript.
  13. Google Docs – document, spreadsheet, drawing, survey and presentation application, with document collaboration and publishing capabilities.
  14. Google Domains – domain registration service, with website publishing partners.
  15. Google Drive – online backup service and storage space.
  16. Google Hangouts – an instant messaging and video chat platform.
  17. Gmail (also termed Google Mail) – IMAP and POP email service, known for its abundant storage, intuitive search-based interface and elasticity.
  18. Google Keep – a note-taking service.
  19. Google Play Music – used to upload up to 50,000 songs for free for cloud media access.
  20. Poly – with it creators can browse, share and download 3D models.[16]
  21. Google Account – controls how a user appears and presents themselves on Google products.
  22. Google Sites (formerly Jotspot) – a wiki- and web page-creation tool both for personal and corporate use.
  23. SMS Channels (Google India only) – used to create and subscribe to channels over SMS. Channels can be based on RSS feeds.
  24. Speak To Tweet – telephone service created in collaboration with Twitter and SayNow allowing users to phone a specific number and leave a voicemail; a tweet is automatically posted on Twitter with a link to the voice message stored on Google's SayNow.
  25. Google Voice (United States only) – VoIP system. Google Voice provides a phone number but is not the last mile provider. It includes a follow-me service that lets users forward their Google voice phone number to simultaneously ring up to 6 phone numbers. It also features a unified voice mail service, SMS and free outgoing calls via Google's "click2call" and 3rd party dialers.
  26. Google Fonts – interactive directory of hosted web font-API's.
  27. Google Classroom – content management system for schools that aids in distribution and grading of assignments and providing in-class communication.
  28. Google Cloud Search – smart search engine that allows G Suite business customers to search across G Suite products.[17][18]
Development tools
  1. Google App Engine – write and run web applications.
  2. Google Developers (was Google Code) – open source code and lists of API services. Provided project hosting for free and open source software until 2016.
  3. Dart – structured web programming language
  4. Flutter – mobile cross platform development tool for iOS and Android
  5. Go (programming language) – compiled, concurrent programming language
  6. OpenSocial – APIs for building social applications on many websites.
  7. Google PageSpeed Tools – optimize webpage performance
  8. Google Web Toolkit – open source Java software development framework that allows web developers to create Ajax applications in Java.
  9. Google Search Console Sitemap – submission and analysis for the Sitemaps protocol.
  10. Translator Toolkit – collaborative translation tool
  11. GN – meta-build system generating Ninja build configurations. Replaced GYP in Chromium.[19] website
  12. Gerrit – code collaboration tool (review)
  13. Googletest – testing framework in C++
  14. Bazel – build system
  15. FlatBuffers – serialization library
  16. american fuzzy lop – a security-oriented fuzzer
  17. Google Guava – core libraries for Java
  18. Google Closure Tools – JavaScript tools
Security tools
  1. reCAPTCHA – a user-dialogue system used to prevent bots from accessing websites.
  2. Google Safe Browsing – blacklist service for web resources that contain malware or phishing content.
  3. Titan Security Key – a security token.
Map-related products
  1. Google Maps – mapping service that indexes streets and displays satellite and street-level imagery, providing directions and local business search
    • Google Street View
    • Google Street View Inside Trusted – 360°, interactive tour.[20] Walk around, explore and interact with a business using Street View technology.
  2. Google My Maps – social custom map making tool based on Google Maps
  3. Google Maps Gallery – collection of data and historic maps
  4. Google Mars – imagery of Mars using the Google Maps interface. Elevation, visible imagery and infrared imagery can be shown.
  5. Google Moon – NASA imagery of the moon through the Google Maps interface
  6. Google Sky – view planets, stars and galaxies
  7. Google Transit – public transport trip planning through the Google Maps interface
  8. Google Santa Tracker – track Santa Claus on Christmas Eve
  9. Zygote Body – 3D anatomical model of human body
  10. Build with Chrome – an initiative between Lego and Google to build the world using Lego.[21]
  11. Smarty Pins – geographical trivia game that features the Google Maps pin
Statistical tools
  1. Google Analytics – traffic statistics generator for defined websites, with AdWords integration. Webmasters can optimize ad campaigns, based on the statistics. Analytics are based on the Urchin software.
  2. Google Surveys – market research tool.
  3. Google Correlate – search patterns relating to real world trends.
  4. Firebase – open, creative commons, attribution licensed collection of structured data, and a Freebase platform for accessing and manipulating that data via the Freebase API.
  5. Google Fusion Tables – gather and visualize arbitrary data
  6. Google Ngram Viewer – chart year-by-year frequencies of any set of comma-delimited strings in Google's text corpora.
  7. Google Public Data Explorer – public data and forecasts from international organizations and academic institutions including the World Bank, OECD, Eurostat and the University of Denver
  8. TensorFlow – Machine Learning service that simplifies designing neural networks in an easier and more visible fashion
  9. Google Trends – graphing application for Web Search statistics, showing the popularity of particular search terms over time. Multiple terms can be shown at once. Results can be displayed by city, region or language. Related news stories are shown. Has "Google Trends for Websites" sub-section that shows popularity of websites over time.
  10. Google Activity Report – monthly report including statistics about a user's Google usage, such as sign-in, third party authentication changes, Gmail usage, calendar, search history and YouTube.
Operating systems
  1. Android – Linux-based operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers
  2. Chrome OS – Linux-based operating system for web applications[22]
  3. Wear OS – version of Google's Android operating system designed for smartwatches and other wearable items.
  4. Android Auto – version of Android made for automobiles by Google with the help of the Open Automotive Alliance
  5. Google TV – it was smart TV interface running on smart TVs and set-top boxes.
  6. Android TV – version of Android made for TVs
  7. Glass OS – operating system for Google Glass
  8. Google Fuchsia – unreleased OS predicted to be for laptops and smartphones
Desktop applications
  1. AdWords Editor – desktop application to manage a Google AdWords account; lets users make changes to their account and advertising campaigns before synchronizing with the online service.
  2. Google Chrome – The most popular web browser in the world.
  3. Google Earth – virtual 3D globe that uses satellite imagery, aerial photography, GIS from Google's repository.
  4. Google Input Tools – Input method editor that allows users to enter text in one of the supported languages using a Roman keyboard.[23]
  5. Google Japanese Input – Japanese input method editor.
  6. Google Pinyin – input method editor that is used to convert Pinyin characters, which can be entered on Western-style keyboards, to Chinese characters.
  7. Google Toolbar – web browser toolbar with features such as a Google Search box, pop-up blocker and ability for website owners to create buttons.
  8. Android Studio – integrated development environment for Android
  9. Google Web Designer – WYSIWYG editor for making rich HTML5 pages and ads intended to run on multiple devices
  10. Google Drive – client software to synchronize files between the user's computer and Google Drive storage.
  11. Google Photos Backup – back up photos and videos to Google Photos service
  12. Nik Collection – Image editing plugins for Adobe Photoshop
  13. Tilt Brush – painting game for the Vive and Oculus Rift
  14. Backup and Sync – client application for Google Drive and Google Photos
  15. Password Checkup Chrome Extension – An extension that alerts you to unsafe sign-ins.[24]
  16. Google Trends Screensaver – a screensaver showing the Google Trends in a customizable colorful grid for macOS
Mobile applications Mobile web applications

These products can be accessed through a browser on a mobile device.

  1. Blogger Mobile – U.S. and Canadian networks only. Allows updating Blogger from mobile devices.
  2. Google Calendar – display Google Calendar events on a mobile device; users can quickly add events to personal calendars.
  3. Drive – view documents on a mobile device
  4. Gmail – access a Gmail account from a mobile device using a mobile web browser. Google provides a specific mobile application to access Gmail messages.
  5. Google Keep – create, access and organize notes, lists and photos
  6. Google Maps – find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions
  7. Maps Navigation – navigation application for GPS-enabled mobile devices with 3D views, voice guided turn-by-turn navigation and automatic rerouting
  8. Mobilizer – optimize web pages for mobile web browsers
  9. Google News – access Google News
  10. Google Offers – with Google Wallet, combine coupons, discounts and payments for people buying things through their phone.[25]
  11. Google+ – social network, discontinued for business use and consumers on April 2, 2019.
  12. Google Shoelace – hyper-local social network aimed at forming a group of friends by matching the user with people having similar interests.[26] It's still in an invite-only testing phase.
  13. Google Product Search – easily search for information about a product
  14. Google Photos – unlimited video and photo storage for personal use
  15. Google Search – search webpages, images, videos and more
  16. Google Tez – Payment app that uses the Unified Payments Interface for digital payments. It was rebranded to Google Pay on August 28, 2018.
  17. Google Pay – digital wallet platform and online payment system developed by Google to power in-app and tap-to-pay purchases on mobile devices, enabling users to make payments.
  18. Google Pay Send – peer-to-peer payments service under Google Pay
  19. Google Translate – online language translation service
  20. YouTube – Video hosting service that publishes to a public web site available for both desktop and mobile
  21. Quick, Draw! – online game based around a neural network guessing what a drawing represents, intended to teach people about machine learning
Mobile standalone applications Main article: List of Google apps for Android
  1. Google Authenticator – MFA (Multi-factor authentication)
  2. Google Play Books – buy and download books and keep them stored on remote servers, allows reading one book on a variety of devices.[27]
  3. Gmail – email app
  4. Catalogs – shopping application for tablet computers
  5. Drive – access files and documents stored on Google Drive.
  6. Files by Google – Android storage cleanup, file-browsing and offline file-transfer
  7. Google Keep – note-taking and web surfing
  8. Google Goggles – search based on pictures taken with a device's built-in camera; taking pictures of things (examples: famous landmarks, product bar-codes) causes searches for information on them.[28]
  9. Tango – augmented reality, indoor navigation, 3D mapping, physical space measurement and environmental recognition. It also allows developers to create applications using its APIs.
  10. Google Maps – view maps
  11. Google Play Music – online music store[29][30]
  12. Google Play Newsstand – news aggregator that combines the features of the discontinued apps Google Play Magazines and Google Currents
  13. Google Podcasts – podcasts client app for Android
  14. One Today – allows people to donate to nonprofits that are part of the Google for nonprofits program, .
  15. Shopper – makes shopping easier and smarter.
  16. Sky Map – augmented-reality program displaying a star map that shifts perspective following the device's movement
  17. Google Primer – teaches digital-marketing skills
  18. Google Sync – synchronizes mobile phones with multiple Google calendars and contacts
  19. Google Talk – VoIP and texting
  20. Hangouts – instant-messaging and video-chat platform
  21. Translate – translate conversations
  22. Google Voice
  23. Yinyue (Music) (Google China) – site linking to a large archive of Chinese pop-music (principally Cantopop and Mandopop), including audio streaming over Google's own player, legal lyric downloads, and in most cases legal MP3 downloads. The archive is provided by (i.e., this service does not search the whole Internet) and is available in mainland China only.
  24. YouTube
  25. YouTube Remote – control YouTube video that plays on a TV
  26. Google Now – personal assistant operated through voice commands
  27. Google+ (G+) – social network
  28. Waze – input and view live traffic and alerts.
  29. Who's Down – indicate social availability to one's friends.[31]
  30. Gboard (Google Keyboard for iOS and Android) – touchscreen keyboard that features glide typing, GIF search, emoji search and Google search[32][33]
  31. Live Transcribe – App for transcribing text; can be used to help the deaf. [34]
  1. Google Search Appliance – search appliance designed for indexing corporate data
  2. Google driverless car – autonomous vehicle
  3. Nexus One – 3.7" phone running Android 2.3 "Gingerbread"
  4. Nexus S – 4" phone running Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean"
  5. Galaxy Nexus – 4.7" phone running Android 4.3 "Jelly Bean"
  6. Nexus Q – media streaming entertainment device in the Google Nexus product family
  7. Nexus 7 (2012) – 7" tablet running Android 5.1 "Lollipop"
  8. Nexus 7 (2013) – 7" tablet running Android 6.0 "Marshmallow"
  9. Nexus 4 – 4.7" phone running Android 5.1 "Lollipop"
  10. Nexus 5 – 4.95" phone running Android 6.0 "Marshmallow"
  11. Nexus 6 – 5.96" phone running Android 7.1.1 "Nougat"[35]
  12. Nexus 9 – 9" tablet running Android 7.1 "Nougat"
  13. Nexus 10 – 10" tablet running Android 5.1 "Lollipop"
  14. Nexus 5X – 5" phone running Android 8.1 "Oreo"
  15. Nexus 6P – 5.7" phone running Android 8.1 "Oreo"[36]
  16. Nexus Player – streaming media player running Android 8.0 "Oreo"
  17. Pixel C – 10.2" convertible tablet running Android 8.1 "Oreo"
  18. Chromebook – laptop computer running Chrome OS
  19. Chromebook Pixel – laptop computer running Chrome OS
  20. Pixelbook — laptop running Chrome OS
  21. Pixel Slate – 2-in-1 PC running Chrome OS
  22. Chromebox – desktop computer running Chrome OS
  23. Chromecast – media streaming adapter
  24. Chromecast Ultra – 4K-capable media streaming adapter
  25. Chromecast Audio – audio streaming adapter
  26. Google Glass – wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display and camera that allows the wearer to interact with various applications and the Internet via natural language voice commands
  27. Google OnHub – router line
  28. Google Daydream View – virtual reality headset for smartphones
  29. Google Home – smart speaker line
  30. Google Wifi – router
  31. Pixel – 5" smartphone running Android 9 "Pie"
  32. Pixel XL – 5.5" smartphone running Android 9 "Pie"
  33. Pixel 2 – 5" smartphone running Android 9 "Pie"
  34. Pixel 2 XL – 6" smartphone running Android 9 "Pie"
  35. Pixel 3 – 5.5" smartphone running Android 9 "Pie"
  36. Pixel 3 XL – 6.3" smartphone running Android 9 "Pie"
  37. Pixel 3a – 5.6" smartphone running Android 9 "Pie"
  38. Pixel 3a XL – 6" smartphone running Android 9 "Pie"
  39. Nest Labs devices
  40. Android One smartphones – smartphones from multiple manufacturers
  41. Jamboard – 55" interactive whiteboard
  1. Google Cloud Platform – modular cloud-based services for software development
  2. Google Crisis Response – public project that covers disasters, turmoils and other emergencies and alerts
  3. Google Fi – cell phone plan aimed at simple plans and pricing
  4. Google Fiber – experimental broadband internet network infrastructure using fiberoptic communication in Kansas City, Provo and Austin
  5. Google Get Your Business Online – increase the web presence of small businesses and cities. Advice on search engine optimization and maintaining business owners update their business profile.[37]
  6. Google Station – public Wi-Fi that can be monetized through ads
  7. Google Public DNS – publicly accessible DNS server
  8. Google Ideas – cross-sector, interdisciplinary "think tank" or "think/do tank" based in New York City, dedicated to understanding global challenges and applying technological solutions.
  9. Google Person Finder – open-source tool that helps people reconnect with others in the aftermath of a disaster
  10. Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) – open-source project and service to accelerate content on mobile devices.[38][39][40] AMP provides a JavaScript library for developers and restricts the use of third-party JS.[41][42]
  11. Google Firebase – real time database that provides an API that allows developers to store and sync data across multiple clients
  12. Google Cast – display entertainment and apps from a phone, tablet or laptop right on a TV or speakers.[43]
  13. Stadia – upcoming video game streaming service
Discontinued products and services

Google has retired many offerings, either because of obsolescence, integration into other Google products, or lack of interest.[44] Google's discontinued offerings are colloquially referred to as Google Graveyard.[45][46]

  • Google Answers – online knowledge market that allowed users to post bounties for well-researched answers to their queries. Discontinued on November 28; still accessible (read-only).
  • Google Deskbar – desktop bar with a built-in mini browser. Replaced by a similar feature in Google Desktop. Discontinued May 8.
  • Writely – web-based word processor. On October 10, Writely was merged into Google Docs & Spreadsheets.
  • Google Click-to-Call – allowed a user to speak directly over the phone without charge to businesses found on Google search results pages.
  • Related Links – links to information related to a website's content. Discontinued on April 30.
  • Public Service Search – non-commercial organization service, which included Google Site Search, traffic reports and unlimited search queries. Discontinued on February, replaced by Google Custom Search.
  • Google Video Marketplace – discontinued in August[47]
  • Google Browser Sync (Mozilla Firefox) – allowed Firefox users to synchronize settings across multiple computers. Discontinued in June.
  • Google Lively – 3D animated chat. Discontinued December 31.[48]
  • Hello – send images across the Internet and publish them to blogs. Discontinued on May 15.[49]
  • SearchMash – search engine to "test innovative user interfaces". Discontinued on November 24.[50]
  • Send to Phone – send links and other information from Firefox to their phone by text message. Discontinued on August 28, replaced by Google Chrome to Phone.[51]
  • Web Accelerator – increased load speed of web pages. No longer available for, or supported by, Google as of January 20.
  • Audio Ads – radio advertising program for US businesses. Discontinued on February 12.
  • Catalogs – search engine for over 6,600 print catalogs, acquired through optical character recognition. Discontinued in January.
  • Dodgeball – social networking service. Users could text their location to the service, which would then notify them of nearby people or events of interest. Replaced by Google Latitude.
  • Living Stories – collaboration with The New York Times and The Washington Post for presenting news. Discontinued in February 2010.
  • Google Mashup Editor – web mashup creation with publishing, syntax highlighting, debugging. Discontinued in July; migrated to Google App Engine.
  • Google Ride Finder – taxi and shuttle search service, using real time position of vehicles in 14 U.S. cities. Used the Google Maps interface and cooperated with any car service that wished to participate. Discontinued in October.
  • Shared Stuff – web page sharing system, incorporating a bookmarklet to share pages, and a page to view the most popular shared items. Pages could be shared through third party applications such as Delicious or Facebook. Discontinued on March 30.
  • Google Page Creator – webpage publishing program that could be used to create pages and to host them on Google servers. Discontinued, with all existing content transferred to Google Sites.
  • Marratech e-Meeting – web conferencing software, used internally by Google's employees. Discontinued on February 19.
  • Google SearchWiki – annotate and re-order search results. Discontinued March 3, replaced by Google Stars.
  • GOOG-411 (also known as Voice Local Search) – directory assistance service. Discontinued on November 12.
  • Google Base – submission database that enabled content owners to submit content, have it hosted and made searchable. Information was organized using attributes. Discontinued on December 17, replaced with Google Shopping APIs.
  • Google Labs – test and demonstrate new Google products
  • Google Buzz – social networking service integrated with Gmail allowing users to share content immediately and make conversations. Discontinued in December.[52]
  • Google PowerMeter – view building energy consumption. Discontinued on September 16.
  • Real Estate – place real estate listings in Google Maps. Discontinued February 10.[53]
  • Google Directory – collection of links arranged into hierarchical subcategories. The links and their categorization were from the Open Directory Project, sorted using PageRank. Discontinued on July 20.
  • Google Blog Search – weblog search engine. Discontinued in July.
  • Squared – creates tables of information about a subject from unstructured data. Discontinued September.
  • Google Sets – generates a list of items when users enter a few examples. For example, entering "Green, Purple, Red" emits the list "Green, Purple, Red, Blue, Black, White, Yellow, Orange, Brown". Discontinued mid-year.[54]
  • Google Pack – application suite. Discontinued on September 2.
  • Google Fast Flip – online news aggregator. Discontinued September 6.
  • Desktop – desktop search application that indexed emails, documents, music, photos, chats, Web history and other files. Discontinued on September 14.
  • Aardvark – social search utility that allowed people to ask and answer questions within their social networks. It used people's claimed expertise to match 'askers' with good 'answerers'. Discontinued on September 30.
  • Google Sidewiki – browser sidebar and service that allowed contributing and reading helpful information alongside any web page. Discontinued in December.
  • Directory – navigation directory, specifically for Chinese users.[55]
  • Gears – web browser features, enabling some new web applications.
  • Hotpot – local recommendation engine that allowed people to rate restaurants, hotels etc. and share them with friends. Moved to Google Places service in April 2011.[56]
  • Google Notebook – online note-taking and web-clipping application.[57] Discontinued in July.
  • Google Apps Standard Edition – Discontinued on December 6.[58]
  • Google Code Search – software search engine. Discontinued on January 15.[59]
  • Google Health – store, manage, and share personal health information in one place. Development ceased June 24, 2011; accessible until January 1, 2012; data available for download until January 1, 2013.
  • Google Website Optimizer – testing and optimization tool. Discontinued on August 1.[60]
  • TV Ads – Method to place advertising on TV networks. Discontinued on August 30,[61] with all remaining active campaigns ending December 16.[62]
  • Google Friend Connect – add social features to websites. Discontinued on March 1, replaced by Google+'s pages and off-site Page badges.[63]
  • Google Insights for Search – insights into Google search term usage. Discontinued September 27, merged in Google Trends.
  • Knol – write authoritative articles related to various topics. Discontinued October 1.[63]
  • Google Wave – online communication and collaborative real-time editor tool. Support ended on April 30, 2012.[63]
  • Picnik – online photo editor. Discontinued on April 19,[64] moved to Google+ photo manager.
  • Jaiku – social networking, microblogging and lifestreaming service comparable to Twitter.
  • Nexus Q – digital media player. Discontinued in November.
  • – Discontinued on March 6.[65]
  • Google Mini – reduced capacity, lower-cost version of the Google Search Appliance. Discontinued on July 31.[66]
  • Picasa Web Albums Uploader – upload images to the "Picasa Web Albums" service. It consisted of an iPhoto plug-in and a stand-alone application.[67]
  • Google Chart API – interactive Web-based chart image generator, deprecated in 2012 with service commitment to 2015 and still serving as of 2017. Google promotes JavaScript-based Google Charts as a replacement, which is not backwards-compatible with the Google Chart API's HTTP methods.
  • Listen – subscribe to and stream podcasts and Web audio. Discontinued in August.[68]
  • BumpTop – physics-based desktop application. Discontinued in August.[69]
  • Google Refine – data cleansing and processing. It was spun off from Google on October 2, becoming open source; it is now OpenRefine.
  • Google Cloud Connect – Microsoft Office plugin for automatically backing up Office documents upon saving onto Google Docs. Discontinued on April 30, in favor of Google Drive.[70]
  • Google Building Maker – web-based building and editing tool to create 3D buildings for Google Earth. Discontinued on June 4.
  • Google Calendar Sync – sync Microsoft Outlook email and calendar with Gmail and Google Calendar. Synchronization for existing installations stopped on August 1, 2014. Replaced with Google Sync, which does not synchronize Outlook calendars, but can sync email using IMAP or POP3. Also, Google Apps for Business, Education, and Government customers can use Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook [71]
  • Meebo – A social networking website discontinued on June 6
  • Google Reader – web-based news aggregator, capable of reading Atom and RSS feeds. Discontinued on July 1.[70]
  • Google Latitude – mobile geolocation tool that lets friends know where users are. Discontinued on August 9, with some functionality moved to Google+.[72]
  • Google Talk – instant messaging service that provided both text and voice communication. Replaced May 15, by Google Hangouts.
  • SMS – mobile phone short message service. Discontinued on May 10.[73]
  • iGoogle – customisable homepage, which can contain web feeds and Google Gadgets. Discontinued on November 1.[74]
  • Google Checkout – online payment processing service, aimed at simplifying the process of paying for online purchases. Discontinued on November 20, merged into Google Wallet.
  • My Maps, GIS tools for Google Maps
  • Google Schemer – social search to find local activities. Discontinued on February 7.
  • Google Notifier – alerted users to new messages in their Gmail account. Discontinued on January 31.[75]
  • YouTube My Speed. Discontinued in January, replaced by Google Video Quality Report.
  • Orkut – social networking website. Discontinued on September 30.
  • Quickoffice – productivity suite for mobile devices. Discontinued in June, merged into Google Drive.
  • Google's "discussion search" option. Discontinued in July.[76]
  • Google Questions and Answers – community-driven knowledge market website. Discontinued on December 1.[77][78]
  • Google Moderator – rank user-submitted questions, suggestions and ideas via crowdsourcing.[79] Discontinued on June 30.
  • Wildfire by Google – social media marketing software[80]
  • BebaPay – prepaid ticket payment system. Discontinued on March 15.[81]
  • Google Helpouts – Hangout-based live video chat with experts. Discontinued on April 20.[82]
  • Google Earth Enterprise – Google Earth for enterprise use. Discontinued on March 20.
  • Google Earth Plugin – customize Google Earth. Discontinued on December 15.
  • Google Code – Open source code hosting. Discontinued on January 25.[83]
  • Picasa – photo organization and editing application. Replaced by Google Photos.[84]
  • Google Compare – comparison-shopping site for auto insurance, credit cards and mortgages[85]
  • Google Showtimes – movie showtime search engine. Discontinued on November 1.[86]
  • MyTracks – GPS logging[87]
  • Project Ara – an "initiative to build a phone with interchangeable modules for various components like cameras and batteries"[88] was suspended to "streamline the company's seemingly disorganized product lineup".[89] on September 2.
  • Panoramio – geolocation-oriented photo sharing website. Discontinued on November 4.[90] Google's Local Guides program as well as photo upload tools in Google Maps rendered Panoramio redundant.
  • Google Feed API – download public Atom or RSS feeds using JavaScript. Deactivated on December 15.[91]
  • Google Maps Engine – develop geospatial applications. Discontinued February 1.
  • Google Swiffy – convert Adobe Flash files (SWF) into HTML5. Discontinued July 1.
  • Google Nexus – Smartphone lineup – replaced by Google Pixel on October 4
  • Free Search – embed site/web search into a user's website. Replaced by Google Custom Search.[92]
  • Google Hands Free – retail checkout without using your phone or watch. Pilot started in the Bay area March 2016, but discontinued on February 8.[93]
  • Google Spaces – group discussions and messaging. Discontinued on April 17.[94]
  • Google Map Maker – map editor with browser interface. Discontinued on April 1, replaced by Google Maps and Google Local Guides.
  • Trendalyzer – data trend viewing platform. Discontinued in September.[95]
2018 This section is missing information about the discontinuation date of each product in this section. Please expand the section to include this information. Further details may exist on the talk page. (October 2013)
  • Blogger Web Comments (Firefox only) – displays related comments from other Blogger users.
  • City Tours – overlay to Maps that shows interesting tours within a city
  • Dashboard Widgets for Mac (Mac OS X Dashboard Widgets) – suite of mini-applications including Gmail, Blogger and Search History.
  • Joga Bonito – soccer community site.
  • Local – Local listings service, merged with Google Maps.
  • MK-14 – 4U rack-mounted server for Google Radio Automation system. Google sold its Google Radio Automation business to WideOrbit Inc.[96]
  • Google Music Trends – music ranking of songs played with iTunes, Winamp, Windows Media Player and Yahoo Music. Trends were generated by Google Talk's "share your music status" feature.
  • Personalized Search – search results personalization, merged with Google Accounts and Web History.
  • Photos Screensaver – slideshow screensaver as part of Google Pack, which displays images sourced from a hard disk, or through RSS and Atom Web feeds.
  • Rebang (Google China) – search trend site, similar to Google Zeitgeist. As of 2010[update], part of Google Labs.[97][98]
  • Spreadsheets – spreadsheet management application, before it was integrated with Writely to form Google Docs & Spreadsheets.
  • University Search – search engine listing for university websites.
  • U.S. Government Search – search engine and personalized homepage that exclusively draws from sites with a .gov TLD. Discontinued June 2006.
  • Video Player – view videos from Google Video.
  • Voice Search – automated voice system for web search using the telephone. Became Google Voice Local Search and integrated on the Google Mobile web site.
  • Google X – redesigned Google search homepage. It appeared in Google Labs, but disappeared the following day for undisclosed reasons.[99]
  • Accessible Search – search engine for the visually impaired.
  • Quick Search Box – search box, based on Quicksilver, easing access to installed applications and online searches.
  • Visigami – image search application screen saver that searches files from Google Images, Picasa and Flickr.
  • Wireless access – VPN client for Google WiFi users, whose equipment does not support WPA or 802.1x protocols.
  • Google global market finder
  • QPX Express API – flight search API[100]
  • Google Contact Lens – was a smart contact lens project capable of monitoring the user's glucose level in tears. On November 16, 2018, Verily announced it has discontinued the project because of the lack of correlation between tear glucose and blood glucose.[101]
  • YouTube Annotations – annotations that were displayed over videos on YouTube. On January 15, all existing annotations were removed from YouTube.[102]
  • Google Allo – Google's instant messaging app. Closed on March 12, 2019.[103]
  • Google Image Charts - a chart-making service that provided images of rendered chart data, accessed with REST calls. The service was deprecated in 2012, temporarily shuttered in February 2019 and shut off for good on March 18, 2019.[104]
  • – a URL shortening service. Started to turn down support on March 30, 2018 and was discontinued on March 30, 2019.[105]
  • Inbox by Gmail – an email application for Android, iOS, and web platform that organized and automated to-do lists using email content. As of April 2, 2019, accessing the Inbox subdomain redirects to Gmail proper.[106]
  • Google+ – The consumer edition of Google's social media platform. As of April 2, 2019 users are greeted with a message stating that "Google+ is no longer available for consumer (personal) and brand accounts."[107][108]
Scheduled to be discontinued

Applications that are no longer in development, and scheduled to be discontinued in the future:

  • Google Search Appliance – A rack mounted device used to index documents. End of hardware sales in 2017 and planned shutdown in 2018[51]- with final shutdown in 2019.[109]
  • Google Portfolios – Personal financial securities tracker. Deprecated in November 2017.[110]
  • Google Fusion Tables – A service for managing and visualizing data. The service will be shut down on December 3, 2019.[111]
  • Works with Nest - the smart home platform of Google brand Nest Labs.[112] Planned to be shut down in August 2019.

See also
  • History of Google
  • List of acquisitions by Google
  • Google's hoaxes
  • X (company)
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Smart Outlet Works with Google Assistant IFTTT for Voice Control, Teckin Mini Smart Plug Wifi Socket with Timer Function, No Hub Required, White (1 pack) (4 pack)
Smart Outlet Works with Google Assistant IFTTT for Voice Control, Teckin Mini Smart Plug Wifi Socket with Timer Function, No Hub Required, White (1 pack) (4 pack)
TECKIN WiFi smart plug mini outlet works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, IFTTT for voice control Key feature: ·        Remote control devices ·        Easy set up ·        Set schedules / timers ·        Works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and IFTTT ·        Voice control devices    Set-up with Smart Life 1.Search for the"Smart Life" on the App store or Google Play. You can also scan theQR code in our User Manual provided. 2.Register/Login to the App using your phone number or email address. A verification code will be sent if you are attempting to register. 3.Select Add Device or the "+" icon. 4.Connect your device to a socket and Long press the on/off button for 5-6s until the light flashes. 5.Select the device and tap "Confirm indicator rapidly blink". 6.Input the WIFI password to your device and then tap "Done".   Technical Specifications Model Number: SP10 Working Temp:-10 ~60 ℃ WIFIRequirement: 2.4GHz Only Rated Voltage:100 - 240V Rated Current:10A Max  Max power:1100W- 2200W   In the box: 4 x Smart Plug 1x User Manual   Note:  1.Only support802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz Wi-Fi, not support 5.0GHz Wi-Fi. 2.Compatible with Android 4.1 and higher or iOS 7.0 and higher. 12 Month Warranty TECKIN aims to reach the highest limits of customer service excellence! If there is ANY REASON why you are unhappy or unsatisfied with any of our products, we guarantee you a replacement within 12 months.

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How to Build the Future: Learn the power of the Google Cloud and how you can use it to build better products faster
How to Build the Future: Learn the power of the Google Cloud and how you can use it to build better products faster
Your life today is powered by software running in the Cloud. Learn to use the Cloud to your advantage.Want to get started building your tech startup, take your current company into the future or gain a strong competitive advantage? The cloud is the rocket engine that can power that journey and help get your idea to escape velocity. Learn how Silicon Valley does it and master their secret sauce. Thousands of companies big and small, Snapchat, Spotify, Coca Cola and Netflix leverage the cloud to accelerate their success while staying lean. This book will teach you how to leverage a fully managed cloud, the Google Cloud to build your future. Stand on the shoulders of giants to get further, faster.If you’re a student, executive, leader, founder or technologist, this book is a *MUST READ* for you.• Learn how I discovered the cloud and its power while building my startup a winner at Techcrunch50• Learn why companies like Spotify and Evernote are leaving their own infrastructure to move to the Cloud• Learn how the Cloud helped Pokémon GO scale up to its unexpected growth• Learn how you can leverage the Google Cloud to give your business superpowers• Learn about the key trends that will drive the success of future products and companies• Learn about the importance of data and AI, how products are built from it and how you can do the sameFinally, while this book is a fun read for all, it was written to educate and inspire you to build great things. To help you go forth and build the future.

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Google Pixel GSM Unlocked (Certified Refurbished) (128GB, Black)
Google Pixel GSM Unlocked (Certified Refurbished) (128GB, Black)
Bring the power of Google directly to your fingertips with the Google Pixel. A large 128GB of storage keep data secure, while unlimited cloud storage transfers data as needed, and it's completely automatic. The large 5-inch screen is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 4 to ensure the Google Pixel remains scratch-free.

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TP-Link HS110 WiFi Smart Plug w/Energy Monitoring No Hub Required, Works with Alexa Echo & Google Assistant, 1-Pack, White
TP-Link HS110 WiFi Smart Plug w/Energy Monitoring No Hub Required, Works with Alexa Echo & Google Assistant, 1-Pack, White
Control electronics from anywhere using your tablet or smartphone, track real-time energy and historical energy use and save on your next bill with the Wi-Fi Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring from TP-Link. Turn devices on and off, check status, create schedules and set timers using the Kasa app. Gain peace of mind by checking on your devices remotely and always coming home to a well-lit house. Use away mode to make it look like you are home when you travel and have lights turn on and off at set times to conserve energy.

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Samsung Chromebook 3, 11.6", 4GB RAM, 16GB eMMC, Chromebook (XE500C13-K04US) (Certified Refurbished)
Samsung Chromebook 3, 11.6", 4GB RAM, 16GB eMMC, Chromebook (XE500C13-K04US) (Certified Refurbished)
The Samsung Chromebook helps you get every day things done faster and easier. The computer starts in seconds, has virus protection built-in, and runs your favorite Google apps plus thousands more. The Chromebook comes with leading Google products, like Search, Gmail, YouTube and Hangouts, so you can work, play, and do whatever you want, right out of the box. Chromebooks are a unique class of mobile computing devices designed for Web-based tasks. You will be able to run the Google Chrome OS, browse the Web, send and receive e-mails, and video chat with friends and family. SpecificationsChrome OS pre-installedIntel Celeron Dual Core N3060 1.6GHz4GB SDRAM DDR316GB Flash Hard driveStorage Technology: eMMC3W Stereo Speaker (1.5W x 2)HD Webcam & MicrophoneIntegrated graphicsMaximum Graphics Memory Shared11.6" backlit LED HD display 1366 x 768Brightness: 200 nitsWirelessLAN: 802.11 a/b/g/nCard reader Certified Refurbished product has been tested and certified by the manufacturer or by a third-party refurbisher to look and work like new, with limited to no signs of wear. The refurbishing process includes functionality testing, inspection, reconditioning and repackaging. The product ships with relevant accessories, a 90-day warranty, and may arrive in a generic white or brown box. Accessories may be generic and not directly from the manufacturer. I/O Ports:1x HDMI1x USB 3.0 port1x USB 2.0 port1x Headphone/Mic combo jackPackage Includes:Samsung 11.6" LED ChromebookQuick start guidePower AdapterPower cord

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iBobber Wireless Bluetooth Smart Fish Finder for iOS and Android devices.
iBobber Wireless Bluetooth Smart Fish Finder for iOS and Android devices.
iBobber: Love at First Cast. This pocket-sized fish finder is as mobile as you are! The iBobber is the smallest and lightest personal sonar depth finder on the market. It is a castable, portable, and wireless fish finder that syncs with the free app on your smartphone or tablet up to 100’ away. This thing is really cool! Engineered with patented sonar technology providing accurate readings of bottom contours, depths, structures, and fish, the iBobber packs a lot of tech into a very small package. iBobber was designed with portability and ease of use in mind--perfect for hiking, camping, canoeing, kayaking, or other fishing situations where size and weight is at a premium. The free app syncs via Bluetooth Smart to the iBobber device, and allows you to map waterbeds, mark spots, log water temps and depth, add lures, species, and photos in the trip log. The LED beacon, and strike and fish alarms, are great for ice fishing, carp, and night fishing. The high contrast design increases visibility in bright outdoor lighting, and the app’s anti-glare setting helps you see the screen when you are still having trouble. The patented fish finder displays fish by size and depth to get you on the lunkers fast. Great for finding smallmouth and largemouth bass, panfish (like crappie and perch), salmon, trout, walleye, pike, muskie and other game fish and edible species within 135’ depth. The iBobber is the best personal fish finder on the market for fishing from shore and docks, and is ideal for kayak or canoe fishing and for bottom sounding areas not available by boat. It works in both saltwater and freshwater, and is very effective at locating fish and structures on ponds, lakes, streams, and rivers. iBobber is the ultimate in portable fishing tools. Its perfect for fishing trips, in your RV, on your boat for those tight spots, in your car with your collapsible rod or in your tackle box along with your other critical fishing gear. It’s even a great asset to conservationists looking to log water temp, depth and bottom structures in multiple locations over time. ReelSonar: Cast, Find, Catch, Repeat. iBobber Wireless Smart Bluetooth Fish Finder ReelSonar Digital Scale with Fish Gripper ReelSonar Multitool - Fishhook Remover - Pliers

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Shipping Greatness: Practical lessons on building and launching outstanding software, learned on the job at Google and Amazon
Shipping Greatness: Practical lessons on building and launching outstanding software, learned on the job at Google and Amazon
Need a shortcut to a degree in shipping great software? Successful team leaders must have an extremely broad skill set to find the right product, work through a complex and ever-changing development process, and do it all incredibly quickly. In this guide, Chris Vander Mey provides a simplified, no-BS approach to the entire software lifecycle, distilled from lessons he learned as a manager at Amazon and Google.In the first part of the book, you’ll learn a step-by-step shipping process used by many of the best teams at Google and Amazon. Part II shows you the techniques, best practices, and skills you need to face an array of challenges in product, program, project, and engineering management.Clearly define your product and develop your mission and strategyAssemble your team and understand enough about systems to communicate with themCreate a beautiful, intuitive, and simple user experienceTrack your team’s deliverables and closely manage the testing processCommunicate clearly to gracefully handle requests, senior-management interactions, and feedback from various sourcesBuild metrics to track progress, spot problems, and celebrate successStick to your launch checklist and plan for marketing and PR

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Inventory Management Software; Inventory Control Supply Chain - Muliuser; Windows PCs Only
Inventory Management Software; Inventory Control Supply Chain - Muliuser; Windows PCs Only
Spend less of your valuable time on order management. Easily create purchase orders for multiple products. Improve accuracy and limit time spent on physical inventories. Easily adjust inventory levels and stock values. Powerful Searching: Search through orders using customer first name, last name, order id, and even the product name. Multiple manage/administrator and employee/user rights Manage orders, purchasing, Easy sales invoice creation Supports Google Search Shopping API Pull millions of items from the internet easily for storage, retrieval and categorizing with descriptions and pictures. Create Multiple Warehouses and locations Easily track customer, vendor, item, payout and taxes details. Easily track and transfer Stock receiving at multiple warehouses and locations windows only PCs 24 Hr Email support includes 1 user license

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LED Strip Lights Compatible with Alexa, Maxonar Wifi LED Light Strip Kit with RGB Multicolor Waterproof IP65 Strip Light Wireless Smart Phone Controlled DIY Kit Works Amazon echo Google Home (16.4 Ft)
LED Strip Lights Compatible with Alexa, Maxonar Wifi LED Light Strip Kit with RGB Multicolor Waterproof IP65 Strip Light Wireless Smart Phone Controlled DIY Kit Works Amazon echo Google Home (16.4 Ft)
Features: 1, Amazon Alexa, control with your voice 2, Control modes: Amazon Alexa,FREE Smartphone app 3, Use 1 App to control many wifi controllers at the same time 4, Support for 16 milion kinds of color and brightness adjustment control 5, Connected with other WIFI products with IFTTT function 6, Channel:RGB/RGBW/RGBWC 7, Support for color and dymatic mode customization and preservation 8, Switch time, static, and dynamic display of the light can be set Specifications: 1.working temperature:-10-55℃ voltage:DC12V-24V 3.connection:common anode 4.output current:

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