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  2. Google Classroom - Wikipedia

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    Google Classroom won a 2020 Webby Special Achievement Award. Due to the prominence of Google, students find Google Classroom easy to navigate since many are familiar with Google layout. Furthermore, the mobile app for Google Classroom functions well which has been praised by students.

  3. Google App Engine - Wikipedia

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    Google App Engine requires a Google account to get started, and an account may allow the developer to register up to 25 free applications and an unlimited number of paid applications. Google App Engine defines usage quotas for free applications. Extensions to these quotas can be requested, and application authors can pay for additional resources.

  4. Google Chrome App - Wikipedia

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    A Google Chrome App, or commonly just Chrome App, is a certain type of (non-standardized) web application that runs on the Google Chrome web browser.Chrome apps can be obtained from the Chrome Web Store where apps, extensions, and themes can be installed or bought.

  5. Google Authenticator - Wikipedia

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    The Google Authenticator app for Android was originally open source, but later became proprietary. Google made earlier source for their Authenticator app available on its GitHub repository; the associated development page states: "This open source project allows you to download the code that powered version 2.21 of the application.

  6. App Inventor for Android - Wikipedia

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    The App Inventor team was led by Hal Abelson and Mark Friedman. In the second half of 2011, Google released the source code, terminated its server, and provided funding to create The MIT Center for Mobile Learning, led by App Inventor creator Hal Abelson and fellow MIT professors Eric Klopfer and Mitchel Resnick.

  7. Google Street View - Wikipedia

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    Google Street View is a technology featured in Google Maps and Google Earth that provides interactive panoramas from positions along many streets in the world. It was launched in 2007 in several cities in the United States, and has since expanded to include cities and rural areas worldwide.

  8. List of Android apps by Google - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of mobile apps developed by Google for its Android operating system. All of these apps are available for free from the Google Play Store, although some may be incompatible with certain devices (even though they may still function from an APK file) and some apps are only available on Pixel and/or Nexus devices.

  9. Google Voice Search - Wikipedia

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    Google Voice Search or Search by Voice is a Google product that allows users to use Google Search by speaking on a mobile phone or computer, i.e. have the device search for data upon entering information on what to search into the device by speaking.