We know, Google is much more than a search engine and many of its services are overlooked by many people. Here are the top 6 Google services you may not be knowing about but are pretty nifty.
#1. What do you love?
Previously mentioned WDYL (What do you love) shows results from different Google products for your search query. This one is extremely useful when you’re researching a topic or a person. Get started by entering a search query, you get results from Youtube, Google Blog search, Maps, Translate and many more Google products.
Link: What do you love
PostRank is an aggregator of social engagement data, it has been acquired by Google recently. PostRank also has developed many widgets and plugins, one such plugin is PostRank extension for Chrome. This extension filters out the most popular posts from the normal ones, it uses social statistics (Tweets, Facebook shares etc) to determine the quality of a post.
#3. Google Offers
Currently available only in USA, Google Offers helps you in finding the best deals in your area. All you have to do is, just subscribe to Google Offers and you get notified of amazing deals in your area. If you’re interested in any offer, you can buy the voucher via Google Checkout, print it and use it.
Google Offers Demo
Link: Google Offers
Photovine is a smart phone app made by Google which promises to make photo sharing more fun. It is still not released but you can always ask for an invite.
#5. Google Wallet
With Google Wallet, you can transform your smart phone into a wallet. Google is currently working on smart phones with inbuilt card readers, so the only plastic you need to carry is your phone. The card reader scans your credit card and stores virtual version of it in the micro chip of the mobile, so the next time you shop online, you can just tap and pay.
Link: Google Wallet
#6. A Google a Day
A Google a Day is a fun game where you get a new puzzle everyday and you need to use your search skills to solve it. Geeks love it. Checkout Inside Search if you’re looking for some Google search tips.
Link: A Google a Day
Which one of these services from Google did you like the best? Do drop in your comments.