Did he have them?

I’ve mentioned a few times on this blog that you need to bookmark Peter Been’s Google A-Z collection if you’re serious about using Google.  Especially, the “deep” Google.  Everyone knows about search and maps.  But there’s way more.

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He’s always looking to update this document and keep it complete.  I know those of us who follow this document really appreciate it.  There’s so much there, along with Peter’s commentary here and there.

So, I read this article this morning:

6 Google products and services you never even knew existed

I decided to put his document to the test.

From my perspective, it’s a win-win situation.  If he already had them, it’s a testament to the completeness of his efforts.  If he didn’t have them and reads this post, he’ll add them to the already huge document and it will become more complete.

Here goes:

  • Google Arts and Culture
  • Google Express
  • Google Sky
  • GBoard
  • Google Ngram Viewer
  • Google One Today

So let me see:

  • Check
  • Check
  • Check
  • Check
  • Check
  • Check

Was there any doubt?

Bookmark Peter’s document today if you already haven’t.  You’ll be that person that knows that Google has an answer for darn near everything.

Follow Peter on Twitter – @pbeens – he announces any changes to the document there.

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One Reply to “Did he have them?”

  1. Phew, I’m sure glad I had them! 🙂

    Thanks for profiling this document, Doug, and thanks for raising awareness about it. It certainly helps when there are others (like you) letting me know about new Google (Alphabet) products and services to add to the list.

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