1. Google Cultural Institute
Google Cultural Institute is an initiative unveiled by Google following the 2011 launch of the Google Art Project. The Cultural Institute was launched in 2011, and put 42 new exhibits online on October 10, 2012. It is "an effort to make important cultural material available and accessible to everyone and to digitally preserve it to educate and inspire future generations As of June 2013, the Cultural Institute included over 6 million items - photos, videos, and documents.
2. Google Art Project
Google Art Project is an online platform through which the public can access high-resolution images of artworks housed in the initiative’s partner museums. The project was launched on 1 February 2011 by Google, in cooperation with 17 international museums, including the Tate Gallery, London; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City; and the Uffizi, Florence.
3. Google Feed Burner - News Feed
FeedBurner is a web feed management provider launched in 2004. FeedBurner was founded by Dick Costolo, Eric Lunt, Steve Olechowski, and Matt Shobe. Costolo is a University of Michigan graduate, and was CEO of Twitter from 2010 to 2015. FeedBurner provides custom RSS feeds and management tools to bloggers, podcasters, and other web-based content publishers.
4. Google Keep
Google Keep is a note taking application developed by Google. Announced on March 20, 2013, Google Keep is available as a mobile app for the Android operating system and as a web application. As of March 2015, it has been downloaded over 10 million times.
5. Google 3d Warehouse
3D Warehouse (formerly Google 3D Warehouse) is a free cloud service that allows users to search, upload, download and share 3D models, created in SketchUp.
6. Google Apps & Apps for Work
Google Apps for Work (formerly Google Apps for Business) is a suite of cloud computing productivity and collaboration software tools and software offered on a subscription basis by Google.
It includes Google’s popular web applications including Gmail, Google Drive, Google Hangouts, Google Calendar, and Google Docs. While these products are available to consumers free of charge, Google Apps for Work adds business-specific features such as custom email addresses at your domain (@yourcompany.com), at least 30 GB of storage for documents and email, and 24/7 phone and email support. As a cloud computing solution, it takes a different approach from off-the-shelf office productivity software by hosting customer information in Google’s network of secure data centers, rather than on traditional in-house servers that are located within companies.
Blogger is a blog-publishing service that allows multi-user blogs with time-stamped entries. It was developed by Pyra Labs, which was bought by Google in 2003. Generally, the blogs are hosted by Google at a subdomain of blogspot.com. Blogs can also be hosted in the registered custom domain of the blogger (like www.example.com). So blogspot.com domain publishings will be redirected to the custom domain. A user can have up to 100 blogs per account.
8. Google Bookmarks
Google Bookmarks is a free online bookmarking service, available to Google Account holders. It is completely separate from browser-based bookmarking and should not be confused with the Bookmarks function on any popular browser, Google Chrome included. Google Bookmarks was launched on October 10, 2005. It is cloud based service that allows users to bookmark webpages and add labels or notes.
9. Google Business Solutions
Google Business Solutions are a collection of services offered by Google specifically directed at webmasters and businesses.