Toolbar for Firefox
Google Toolbar was discontinued for Mozilla Firefox 5.0 and Newer Versions. Reason: many features that were once offered by Google Toolbar for Firefox are now already built right into the browser.read more...
web page speed tool
Google Web Accelerator is no longer available for, or supported by, Google as of January 20, 2008.read more...
website creation service
In 2008, Google announced that it would not accept new sign-ups to Page Creator, instead encouraging users to use Google Sites. The service had been shut down in 2009.read more...
web-based virtual world
A post on the Google Blog explains the decision: “we want to ensure that we prioritize our resources and focus more on our core search, ads and apps business.”read more...
Send to Phone
Discontinued on August 28 2008, replaced by Google Chrome to Phone.read more...
Page speed app
It increased load speed of web pages. No longer available for, or supported by, Google as of January 20, 2008.read more...
Google Browser Sync was a Mozilla Firefox extension released as freeware from Google. Google Browser Sync technology was integrated into Google Chromeread more...
Photosharing Desktop App
Hello by Google’s Picasa was a free computer program that allowed users to send images across the Internet and publish them to their blogs. Redundancy is what killed Hello.read more...
SearchMash wasn’t meant to attract a mass of users, but rather for Google to play around with meta-search features. Firefox extension released as freeware from Google.read more...
social location service
Dodgeball was shut down and succeeded in February 2009 by Google Latitude.read more...
Google ignominiously shut down its video marketplace via an email to who’s ever tried the service.read more...
It was a feature that let you add to your site dynamic links to related news, searches, and pages. Discontinued on April 30, 2007.read more...