Products and Services

Over the years, Google has acquired a variety of products and services into its brand.  Its products and services can be placed into three distinct categories as outlined in the table below:

Desktop ProductsMobile ProductsWeb Products 
  • AdWords Editor
  • Chrome
  • Desktop
  • Earth
  • Gmail/Google Notifer
  • Pack
  • Picasa
  • Picasa Web Albums
  • Quick Search box
  • Secure Access
  • SketchUp
  • Talk
  • Visigami
  • Pinyin Input Method
  • Japanese Input
  • Google Indic Input Method
  • Blogger Web Comments
  • Dashboard Widgets for Mac
  • Gears
  • Send to Mobile
  • Toolbar
  • Blogger Mobile
  • Buzz
  • Calendar
  • Gmail
  • News
  • Google Mobilizer
  • iGoogle
  • Product Search
  • Reader
  • Mobile Search
  • Picasa Web Albums
  • Google Latitude
  • Google Maps Navigation
  • Gmail
  • Maps
  • Sync
  • Talk
  • Sky Map
  • Voice
  • YouTube
  • Listen
  • Goggles
  • Dashboard
  • AdPlanner
  • AdManager
  • AdMob
  • AdSense
  • AdWords
  • Google Advertising Professionals
  • AdWords Website Optmiser
  • Audio Ads
  • Click-to-Call
  • DoubleClick
  • Grants
  • TV Ads
  • 3D Warehouse
  • Apps
  • Blogger
  • Buzz
  • Calendar
  • Docs
  • FeedBurner
  • Friend Connect
  • Gadgets
  • Profiles
  • Gmail
  • iGoogle
  • Notebook
  • Knol
  • Marratech e-Meeting
  • Orkut
  • Panoramio
  • Picasa Web Albums
  • Reader
  • Sites
  • SMS Channels
  • Questions and  Answers
  • Voice
  • Wave
  • YouTube
  • Google Sidewiki

However, Google's most prominent products and services revolve around its web services, most notably the following:

Google offers these services to its users for free, but how does Google make money from offering free services?


Next: Google Business Model

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References:

Google Corporate Information. (n.d.). Retrieved July 02, 2010 from http://www.google.com/corporate/facts.html