Google is a company that likes to experiment. Its products could be divided into two broad categories: those incredibly useful and those wonderfully bizarre. Fortunately, most of these products are free of charge and then applies an unwritten rule: no complaints!
Looking at the number of tools that Google has developed or acquired over the years, you may find surprising curiosity.
Here are some little known by Google:
- Google takeout – No, this is not the delivery of food services for Google, but a tool that allows you to download an archive of data from things like Google + (circles, +1 etc..), Contacts and Picasa Web Albums.
- Google Mars- While you are probably familiar with Google Earth, Google Mars is a different matter as it is less well known. This tool gives the possibility to control the landing of the spacecraft, the depth of craters and is also an option to infrared.
- Google Health – It ‘was designed to be a portal to give all the information about the health and welfare. Will be officially closed on 1 January 2013.
- Google Sketchup – It ‘s something really incredible. Allows you to create anything in 3D. For a look at the work with this tool, you can visit the gallery devoted .
- Related Google – It ‘s quite difficult to describe a service. Put simply, allows you to find patterns in data samples. You write the search word and he will return links (defined as events) to the same word. Great for anyone involved in marketing.
- Google sites – A quick and easy way to create your website at zero cost.
- Google Place – A sort of variation of Foursquare. Used to evaluate the sites to make it clear to other users if you should visit them or not.
- What do you love? – E ‘was launched some time ago. Consists of research but very little detailed schematic and varied about the term that you love. A nice tool, but little used.
- YouTube Feather – E ‘version (beta)’ light ‘which aims to alleviate the YouTube videos so as not to work too much on your browser and Internet connection.
- Panoramio- A photo sharing community that invites people to share their images of the world through Google Maps. A sort of Pinterest made in Google.
After this feast of tools, Google is poised to surprise us again. What will the next service “flop”, or better, a little known American colossus?
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