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Google Products (Updated)

Below is an update list of available products and services available from Google.

Productivity

  • Calendar: Organize your schedule and share events with friends.
  • Contacts: Organize your personal contact information.
  • Docs: Open, edit, and create documents.
  • Drawings: Create diagrams and flowcharts.
  • Drive: Create and share your online documents, presentations and spreadsheets.
  • Forms: Build free surveys.
  • GMail: Fast, searchable email with less spam.
    • Note: This service will be replaced by Inbox and shutdown.
  • Google Keep: Create and organize notes and other data.
  • Hangouts: Chat and video conferencing services.
  • Inbox: Gmail replace for your mail messages.
  • Sheets: Open, edit, and create spreadsheets.
  • Slides: Open, edit, and create presentations.
  • What Do You Love (WDYL): Searches numerous Google services with one click

Search

  • Blog Search: Find blogs on your favorite topics.
  • Books: Search the full text of books.
  • Finance: Business info, news and interactive charts.
  • Flights: Try searching for best deals on available flights.
  • Hotel Finder: Browse hotel photo galleries, read visitor reviews, and discover popular areas.
  • Images: Search for images on the web.
  • Maps: View maps and directions.
  • News: Search thousands of news stories.
  • PatentSearch the full text of US patents.
  • Shopping: Search for stuff to buy (product search).
  • Scholar: Search scholarly papers.
  • Videos: Search for videos on the web.
  • Web Search: Search billions of web pages.

Service
  • About Search: Information about Google's search technology and services.
  • Accounts: Manage your user account settings and preferences from one site.
  • Alerts: Get email (or RSS feeds) updates on the topics or subjects of your choice
  • Android PayStore your credit cards on your mobile device, and use NFC to pay.
  • Blogger: Share your life online with a blog
  • Bookmarks: As you bookmark (such as Google Map places) things in Google here is where they're tracked.
  • Classroom: Helps teachers manage assignments, provide feedback, and communicate with their classes (part of Google Apps for Education).
  • Cloud Print: Print anywhere, from any device.
  • Consumer SurveysProvides market research.
  • Contributor: an experiment way to fund the web.
  • Correlate: Find patterns that correlate with real-world data.
  • Cultural Institute: Brings together millions of artifacts, with the stories that bring them to life, in a virtual museum.
  • Custom Search Engine: create a search engine tailored to your needs of your site.
  • DashboardGet quick access to all of Google's popular services, and the amount of usage of those services.
  • Doodles: Information about all of Google's Lego Doodles.
  • Google Fiber: 1 gigabit (i.e. 1000 megabit) fiber-optic internet connectivity to home and businesses.
  • Grants: In-kind advertising for non-profit organizations.
  • Groups: Create mailing lists and discussion groups.
  • Ideas: Google builds products to support free expression and access to information for people who need it most.
  • Input Tools: Makes it easy to type in the language you choose
  • Fusion TablesAn experimental data visualization web application to gather, visualize, and share data tables.
  • Music (aka Listen Now): Manage your music collection online across web or your multiple devices.
    • Music Timeline: Shows music genres popularity, based on the size of Google Play Music library, and more.
  • nGrams: Search the occurrence of specific words in books for the last two centuries (1800-2000). 
  • Now: An intelligent personal assistant by Google.
  • Panoramio: Discover and share picture of the world.
  • Play Newsstand: Get the latest news and magazines on your android device.
  • Profiles: See and manage your Google+ profile.
  • Project FiGoogle's cellular service that uses Wi-Fi and two 4G LTE networks to provide voice and data. 
  • Public Data: Search demographic data.
  • Public DNS: An alternative to your current DNS (Domain Name System) provider.
  • Safe Browsing: Google’s constantly testing web sites for suspected phishing and malware.
  • Sky: Search the heavens for specific (i.e. planets, stars and more), with images from space.
    • Mars: Provides a visible imagery of the planet Mars.
    • MoonProvides a visible imagery of the Moon.
  • Sites: Create websites and secure group wikis.
  • SupportNeed help with Google's web search?
  • Takeout: Allows you to download a copy of your data stored within Google's services.
  • Trends: Explore past and present keyword search trends.
    • Zeitgeist: Every year Google looks back at the biggest events, news, and people who shaped the year as seen through searches.
  • URL Shortener: URL Shortener service to simplify long URL sharing.

Developer Tools
  • DartrA high scalable high performance programming language designed by Google.
  • Design — Google’s design guidelines.
  • Developers: Developer tools, APIs and resources.
  • Web Designer: Create interactive HTML5-based designs and motion graphics that can run on any device.
  • Web Fonts: Utilize hundreds of free, open-source fonts optimized for the web.
  • Webmaster ToolsMonitor and maintain your site's presence in Google Search results.
  • WebPageTest: A free webpage performance testing service.

Hardware
  • AndroidA mobile OS for several different type of devices (i.e. smartphone, tablets, and Internet of Things [IoT]).
  • ChromeBookGoogle's laptop running Chrome operating system.
  • ChromeCastA digital media player that can play several different kinds of digital content.

Apps/Software
  • Earth: Explore the world from your computer.
  • Google+: Social networking site. Google's Facebook alternative.
  • Google Chrome: A browser built for speed, stability and security.
  • Google Play: Google content (books, magazines, music, and more) marketplace.
    • Google Store: Shop the latest products made with Google.
    • Mobile: Get Google products on your mobile phone.
    • Picasa: Find, edit and share your photos.
    • Photos: Photo archiving and sharing service.
    • SketchUp: Build 3D models quickly and easily.
    • Toolbar:Add a search box to your browser (only for Internet Explorer).
    • Translate: View web pages in other languages.
    • Voice: One number for all your phones, online voice mail and cheap calling.
      • Note: This services will probably be merged into Hangout and then shutdown.
    • Wallet: Complete online purchases more quickly and securely.
    • YouTube: Watch, upload and share videos.

    Business/Enterprise
    • AdMob:  Google's advertising network for apps.
    • AdSense: Google's advertising network for web sites.  
    • AdWords: Google's advertising network for posting ads on Google.  
    • Google Analytics: Free website analytics platform. Find out how you're site's being utilized.
    • Google Apps for Work: Customized Google apps for your business.
    • Google Cloud Platform: Build and host applications and websites on Google's scalable infrastructure.
    • Google Domains: Find a domain for your website or web services.
    • Google Loon: Loon is a network of balloons traveling on the edge of space, designed to connect people in rural and remote areas.
    • Google My Business: Google Search services (i.e. Maps, Google+, etc.) for your business for free.
    • Google VenturesGoogle's venture capital service.
    • GYBO (Get Your Business Online with Google): The site's mission to make it fast, easy, and free for businesses to get online.
    • Merchant CenterBusinesses can upload their product data to the service, so online shoppers can see their in-store inventory.
    • OffersAllows a business to distribute offers to their customers via Google Wallet.
    • PartnersThese are online marketing companies that are trusted by Google.
    • Tag Manager: gives you the power to create and update tags for your website and mobile apps
    • Think with Google: Google’s source insights, trends and research in digital marketing.

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