Google Site Search
Google discontinued Google Site Search, a product it has sold to web publishers that wanted to apply the industry’s leading search technology to their own sites. It was part of the spring clean up.read more...
Tango was an augmented reality computing platform, developed and authored by the Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP), a skunkworks division of Google. it was discontinued in favor of ARCore.read more...
app for group discussions
Google’s traditional Spring cleaning — and with it maybe the company is showing it can be a little more focused on its messaging strategy.read more...
Portfolio was a feature for Google Finance. On September 22, 2017, Google confirmed that the website was under renovation and that portfolio features would not be available after mid-November 2017.read more...
Data Trend Viewing Platform
Trendalyzer is an information visualization software for animation of statistics that was initially developed by Hans Rosling’s Gapminder Foundation in Sweden. In March 2007 it was acquired by Google Inc. It was shutdown in 2017.read more...
project hosting service
Google Code offered a free collaborative development environment for open source projects. Projects hosted on Google Code remain available in the Google Code Archive.read more...
online photo-sharing tool
Google stated that the primary reason for retiring Picasa was that it wanted to focus its efforts “entirely on a single photos service” the cross-platform, web-based Google Photos.read more...
Hangouts on Air
Google replaced Hangouts on Air with YouTube Live, which gradually became available to more and more users.read more...
Google Swiffy was a web-based tool developed by Google that converted SWF files to HTML5. As part of transition of display ads to HTML5, Google shutdown Swiffy Flash.read more...
Movie showtime search engine
“Google Showtimes was discontinued on 1 November 2016. You can now discover show times on the search results page by searching for the name of the movie that you want to see or try searching for the word ‘movies’ to discover what’s in cinemas.”read more...
Google Now was a feature of Google Search of the Google app for Android and iOS. Google gradually phased out reference to “Google Now” in the Google app, largely removing remaining use of “Now” in October 2016, including replacing Now cards with Feed.read more...
Google said the service didn’t meet its expectations and that the company will now focus on AdWords and future innovations. Google Compare allowed shoppers to view multiple offers from auto insurers, mortgage lenders and credit card companies.read more...