1. Google Search
The search engine we all know and love! Just like you don’t ask for cola drink (you ask for a coke) you wouldn’t say to someone “in put your search term into an internet search engine, there’s lots to choose from” you simply say “Google it”. It’s even in the oxford dictionary.
Google search also gives you options like image search and news search and you can set up Google Alerts to monitor the web for interesting content.
2. Google Apps for Work
With Google Apps for Work, you'll receive a number of additional business-grade services not included in the free consumer product, including: professional email at your domain, additional storage across Gmail and Drive, 24/7 phone and email support, 99.9% guaranteed uptime, interoperability with Microsoft Outlook, enhanced security features, and full administration of all user accounts.
3. Google Docs
Google Docs makes use of the cloud computing trend powered by Google. It is a free package of products that enable you to create, edit, store and share files with other users online from remote locations and in real-time. Perfect for students and small businesses who haven’t the budget for Google Apps for work or need yet for more sophisticated packages.
4. Google Maps
Google Maps is a reliable mapping service providing location information through satellite imagery. It’s incredibly efficient as it has the ability to check possible routes for faster travel time. This can make finding somewhere you’ve never been before much easier.
5. Google Chrome
Google Chrome is an extremely fast, extremely popular web browser. Over 33% of the world’s population use Google Chrome. It’s very easy to use and the start-up page lists the pages you visit most frequently for faster access. One drawback of Google Chrome is that if you accidently close the browser, Chrome will close all the tabs opened without warning.
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