Productivity

Best Google Apps

  • Google Play Store

    As Google's official source for Android apps and games downloads, Google Play Store provides over one million apps and games with detailed features description in its digital library for users to find, enjoy and share.

  • Google Cast

    Google Cast - an app allows you to cast any apps or stream medias from mobile devices, tablets, computers, speakers, and televisions.

  • YouTube

    The official YouTube app for mobile phones is now redesigned - making it easier to explore what you really love.

  • Hangouts

    Hangouts is the message released at Google I/O conference in 2003, which provides the services integrating the products of Google Talk, Google+ Messenger. This application is based on totally on the cloud computing. You can keep touch with your friends and family in Hangouts. Make free messages, voice calls and videos.

  • Google Earth

    Google Earth invites you to explore the world with a single touch from your mobile devices. There's no exaggeration to call it a must-have for any people of this era because you can see a splendid satellite view of famous landmarks, broad plains, lofty mountains and your own home - all with elaborate details.

  • Google Chrome

    As a freeware web browser developed by Google, Google Chrome is also the most popular browser for smartphones.

  • Google

    Quick searching tool for you to find anything on the web and device. Google provides the fastest and easiest way for mobile devices.

  • Gmail

    Use Gmail to send and receive emails quick and safe.

  • Google Maps

    Google Maps, developed by Google, Inc., is a free app that helps you to navigate and explore your world easier and faster. It provides the services of electronic maps including the detailed photos of the satellite.

  • Google Play Services

    Google Play Services allows your phone to benefit from the latest versions of apps without upgrading your Android operating system to the latest version. It doesn't support all applications, but most Google-developed apps like Gmail, Google+, Google Play, Google Maps are supported.

  • Google Photos

    Now with Google Photos, users can easily keep their photos safe and sound. The function of visual search is available now; your photos can be searched by people, place or anything tags on them. It is the perfect photo gallery you need.

  • Google Drive

    Google Drive is an online storage platform featuring 15GB of free storage as well as the ability to buy more storage such as 100GB for $1.99 per month up to a maximum 30GB for $299.99 per month.

  • Google Home

    Previously known as Google cast, the new Google home app enables you to control all your Google Home devices and Chromecast. While implementing new changes and improvements, the app still saves the function of the former Google cast which is also currently available on both the Google Play store and iTunes store. Besides the new name, the app gets a new app icon designed by the shape of a house.

  • Google Translate

    Google Translate helps you translate between 103 kinds of languages. It allows you to translate by simply tapping after you copy the object text in the blank. Moreover, you can even translate 52 languages when you are offline.Instant camera helps you translate text instantly in 29 languages.

  • Snapseed

    This amazing photo editing app is now free of charge. Snapseed is the best photo app of processing daily pictures.

  • Google+

    Google+ is an SNS social application where you can share different things and interests with your friends. You can log in this app through your Google account.

  • Android Wear

    Android Wear is waiting for your instruction all the time, come and get it on your phone now! It can get the instruction once users say "OK Google" and users can get information about weather or songs.

  • Google Calendar

    As a super powerful organizational tool, Google Calendar not only keeps all of your personal schedules organized but also provides group functions like exact meeting time and place, working and vacation status, etc. You can share your schedule with co-workers, families, and friends. It's available for both Android and iPhone users.

  • Google Street View

    Outside of Google Maps, Google now introduces a standalone Street View app to let you explore and capture numerous places in 360-degrees. Launched in 2007, Google Street View is previously a technology rolled in Google Maps and Google Earth which provides panoramic views of worldwide streets.

  • Google Docs

    Developed by Google Inc. within its Google Drive service, Google Docs is a word processor with which you can write, edit and create impactful, meaningful and persuasive documents. This app can be used as the web application for Google Chrome, Apple Safari web browsers and also as a mobile app available on both iOS and Android operating systems.

  • Google Classroom

    Developed by Google, Google Classroom is a free online learning platform which aims to boost the learning experience using the physical classroom through the software provided by Google. As part of the Google Apps, Google Classroom is regarded as the education suite which mainly develops a paperless setting in the classroom.

  • Google Play Books

    Google Play Books provides you millions of books on Google Play including new releases, bestsellers, free classics and textbooks.

  • Google Fit

    Google Fit - Fitness Tracking App by Google Inc.

  • Google Sheets

    As a free cloud-based tool, Google Sheets lets users create, edit and collaborate with others in real-time from your web and mobile devices. Google Sheets along with Google Docs, Google Slides, is available on the web, Android, and iOS platforms.

  • Google Cardboard

    Got name from its fold-out cardboard viewer, Google Cardboard app invites you to experience virtual reality (VR) in a simple and fun way right with your smartphone. Google Cardboard is available both for Android and iOS users, with apps on both platforms.

  • Google Keep

    Designed as a note-taking service by Google, Google Keep makes it possible for users to quickly take a variety of notes including text, lists, images, and audio and access them later on different connecting devices.

  • Google Play Newsstand

    With Google Play Newsstand, you can discover more news and magazines you want to know in just one app on your phone.