Everyone in the world who has access to the Internet is familiar with Google and its products, but the popular company has several products and services that most people are not even aware of. These products and services are incredibly helpful for those in the workplace as well as for stay at home parents.
Business Insider compiled a list of lesser-known Google products and services, and we picked seven that many people will find useful in their day to day lives.
Who knew that Google can now deliver books, electronics, apparel, food, and more to your doorstep? This service is an online marketplace which connects shoppers with popular retailers, and it is a game-changer as members get fast delivery of everyday essentials from stores such as Walgreens, Toys “R” Us, and Costco.
Can’t find the perfect app for your website? Try Google Fonts to find a gorgeous font that you can use for free. With over 800 fonts to choose from, there’s a font out there that will make any site more engaging and a pleasure to read. This product also makes web pages run faster by safely caching fonts without compromising users’ privacy or security.
This note-taking and reminder service enables users to store notes, lists, photos and audio, and the Google Keep app works on both desktops and smartphones. One can set up a reminder to finish a list, and one can even use it to record thoughts throughout the day. Best of all, everything that has been stored in Keep, such as shopping lists, can be shared with family and friends.
Google Input Tools
This lets users type in over 80 different languages, and one doesn’t even need to download a special keyboard to do so. Input tools is currently available in 22 different languages, including Bahasa, Hebrew, Greek, Arabic, and Russian.
Google Art Project
Get your art fix with this service, which allows users to access high-resolution images of artworks that are housed in well-known museums which Google has partnered with. With Art Project, one can enjoy looking at stunning pieces found in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Tate Gallery in London, and more.
Clueless about what’s trending? This service gives users information about the latest issues that people are caring about at any given moment as it displays the most searched items every day.
Google Sound Search
With this service, users can identify songs playing nearby. It also links to the right track to buy at the Google Play Store.
For more, check out Jobs & Hire’s list of the best apps to help you be more productive in 2017.