UW-Madison Google Apps - List of Available Consumer Applications

This document provides a list of a Google consumer applications that are available to UW-Madison users. These applications are not covered by the Google Apps for Education terms of service. To see Google's terms of service for consumer applications are available here.


General Use

Chrome Web Store — An online marketplace where you can discover thousands of apps, extensions, and themes for Google Chrome.

Fusion Tables — A modern data management and publishing web application that makes it easy to host, manage, collaborate on, visualize, and publish data tables online.

Google Bookmarks — A bookmark organizer that allows you to access your bookmarks on any computer, using any browser if the bookmark tool is available, and create Lists to share your bookmarks with friends.

Google Books — A site for searching the full text of books or visiting the Google eBookstore.

Google Chrome Sync — A tool to synchronize your Chrome bookmarks, browser preferences, and browser theme on multiple computers.

Google Finance — A dashboard for business information, news, and interactive charts.

Google Groups — A user-owned group allowing one to manage and archive a mailing list and provide true communication and collaboration with group members. Note: to create a group, see UW-Madison Google Apps - Creating a Google Group.

Google Help Forums — Get questions answered and read popular discussions in Google support communities.

Google Maps — A tool to view maps and get directions.

Google Merchant Center — The place to upload your product data to Google and make it available to Google Product Search and other Google services.

Google News — An aggregate site for news, where you can search thousands of stories.

Google Places — Find, rate, share recommendations and place your business on Google maps.

Google Plus — Google's social networking site.

Google Takeout — Allows you to export a zip file containing your data for certain apps.

Google Reader — A way to receive and organize blog subscriptions and newsfeeds.

Google Voice — One number for multiple phones, online voicemail, and cheap calling.

Google Web History — View and search across the full text of the pages you've visted.

Panoramio — A website that enables digital photographers to geolocate, store and organize their photographs and to view those photographs in Google Earth and Google Maps.

Picasa Web Albums — Organize, view, and share digital photos. To edit pictures, use the accompanying downloaded software Picasa.

Shopping Shortlists — Keep lists of products that interest you from Google Shopping.

YouTube — Watch, upload, and share videos.


Writing

Blogger — A blogging application that allows you to create and design a web page for your blog.

FeedBurner — A service providing the option to offer subscriptions to your blog or podcast and track subscription statistics.


Expert Use

3D Warehouse — An online repository where you can find, share, store, and collaborate on 3D models.

Fusion Tables — A modern data management and publishing web application that makes it easy to host, manage, collaborate on, visualize, and publish data tables online.

Google Finance — A dashboard for business information, news, and interactive charts.

Google In Your Language — A cooperative effort that allows you to translate the Google search interface and help information into your own language as a Google service.

Google Map Maker — A cooperative that lets you become a citizen cartographer and help map your world.

Google Translator Toolkit — A toolkit to bring translating to Google Apps that allows you to work with a machine or human translated document or web page and use the WYSIWYG editor to improve the translation, share the translation with others, and edit collaboratively.

Google Public Data Explorer — Makes large datasets easy to explore, visualize, and communicate.

User Managed Storage — Allows users to purchase additional storage for Google Docs and Picassa Web Albums.

YouTube Content Manager — Identify and manager your content with Content ID.

YouTube Promoted Videos — Promote your videos on YouTube search result pages.


Developers

FeedBurner — A service providing the option to offer subscriptions to your blog or podcast and track subscription statistics.

Google Analytics — A tool that provides insight into any website traffic and marketing effectiveness.

Google App Engine — A code kit that allows web applications that you develop to run on Google's scalable, hosted infrastructure.

Google Code — The official developer site for Google applications featuring APIs, developer tools and technical resources.

Google Custom Search — A tool that allows you to provide a search option on your own web site that filters results by limiting the searches to only reputable sites that you specify.

Google Moderator — A forum tool for websites that allows you to introduce a series on your web site that can have topics that people can share, add comments, and vote on.

Google Webmaster Tools — Google Webmaster Tools make your website more Google-friendly by seeing which pages are in Google's index, any errors when crawling the site, search queries that list your site as a result, and other sites that link to yours.

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Keywords:google uw madison apps available applications consumer commercial terms of service wisc   Doc ID:18863
Owner:Christina G.Group:Google Apps
Created:2011-06-15 19:00 CDTUpdated:2016-04-25 16:18 CDT
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