Check Out The List of Google Products in India | Google News In India

Google LLC is a global technology firm based in the United States that specializes in Internet-related services and products such as online advertising technologies, a search engine, cloud computing, software, and hardware. Along with Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft, it is regarded as one of the five Big Tech corporations.

Beyond Google’s primary search engine, the company’s fast development since incorporation has included products, acquisitions, and collaborations. It provides email, calendar and time management, cloud storage, instant messaging and video chat, language translation, maps and navigation, podcast hosting, video sharing, blog publishing, note-taking, and photo organizing and editing capabilities. The corporation is the driving force behind the Android mobile operating system, the Google Chrome web browser, and Chrome OS, a lightweight operating system based on the Chrome browser.


Google has become more involved in hardware; from 2010 to 2015, it collaborated with major electronics manufacturers to produce its Google Nexus devices, and in October 2016, it released a slew of hardware products, including the Google Pixel line of smartphones, the Google Home smart speaker, the Google Wifi mesh wireless router, and the Google Daydream virtual reality headset. Google has also dabbled with becoming an Internet service provider. is the most visited website on the planet. Several other Google-owned websites, like YouTube and Blogger, are also on the list of most popular websites.

Here are some of the best from the list of google products in India. These were first launched in India and then shared with the world.

  1. Youtube offline

The offline function of YouTube was initially provided to Indian users. It enabled users to download videos from the YouTube app and watch them without needing to connect to the internet. Because of its popularity, service providers like Airtel even gave options for scheduling downloads. Following its popularity in India, Google eventually extended out this service globally.

  1. Google maps offline

Another similar function was Google Maps offline, which was originally introduced in India. Due to limited road connections, this function was a tremendous hit in India and spread to a global audience.

  1. Two-wheeler mode on google maps

Google just unveiled the Two-wheeler mode for Google Maps in India, following the tradition of India first. Currently, India is the only nation where this function is accessible on Google Maps (May change soon). The function is still in its early stages, but it will soon be available globally.

  1. TEZ- Googles Digital Payment App For India

Google’s UPI-based payment service has been a big success, accounting for the bulk of UPI transactions in India. Although UPI is unique to India, the convenience of this payment mechanism with TEZ may spread internationally. TEZ will begin accepting merchant payments in the coming weeks, making it even more appealing to users.

  1. Google station

In conjunction with RailTel, Google Station has installed public WiFi hotspots in 227 train stations. These hotspots give free high-speed* internet connection.

Hotspots of this type are accessible at 400 train stations around the country. In the future, Google stations will be available outside of train stations.

  1. Datally app

Google just developed the Datally app, which is geared to conserving mobile data. This is another Google product aimed at Indian customers.

  1. Android Oreo

Google’s focus on data consumption, usability, and availability in the Indian market has extended beyond Google Station and Datally. At the Google For India event, Sameer Samat, VP, Play + Android, revealed the Go edition of Android Oreo. The scaled-down version of Android is aimed at low-end smartphones with 512 MB to 1 GB of RAM. It comes with its collection of specialized GO applications, which have been tailored to the Indian market for ease of search and second language support.

Check the complete list of Google Products in India below.

Search tools

  • Google Search – a web search engine and Google’s core product.
  • Google Alerts – an email notification service that sends alerts based on chosen search terms whenever it finds new results. Alerts include web results, Google Groups results, news, and videos.
  • Google Arts & Culture – an online platform to view artworks and cultural artifacts.
  • Google Assistant – a virtual assistant.
  • Google Bookmarks – a free online bookmark storage service.
  • Google Books – a website that lists published books and hosts a large, searchable selection of scanned books.
  • Google Dataset Search – allows searching for datasets in data repositories and local and national government websites.
  • Google Finance – searchable US business news, opinion, and financial data.
  • Google Flights – a search engine for flight tickets.
  • Google Images – a search engine for images online.
  • Google News – automated news compilation service and search engine for news in more than 20 languages.
  • Google Patents – a search engine to search through millions of patents, each result with its page, including drawings, claims, and citations.
  • Google Scholar – a search engine for the full text of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and scholarly fields. Includes virtually all peer-reviewed journals.
  • Google Shopping – a search engine to search for products across online shops.
  • YouTube – a video hosting website.

Advertising services

  • Google Ads – an online advertising platform.
  • AdMob – a mobile advertising network.
  • Google AdSense – a contextual advertising program for web publishers that delivers text-based advertisements that are relevant to site content pages.
  • Google Ad Manager – an advertisement exchange platform.
  • Google Marketing Platform – an online advertising and analytics platform.
  • Google Tag Manager – a tag management system to manage JavaScript and HTML tags, including web beacons, for web tracking and analytics.

Communication and publishing tools

  • Blogger – a weblog publishing tool.
  • FeedBurner – a tool in news feed management services, including feed traffic analysis and advertising facilities.
  • Gmail – an email service.
  • Google Account – controls how a user appears and presents themselves on Google products.
  • Google Calendar – an online calendar with Gmail integration, calendar sharing, and a “quick add” function to create events using natural language.
  • Google Chat – an instant messaging software with the capability of creating multi-user “rooms”.
  • Google Charts – an interactive, Web-based chart image generation from user-supplied JavaScript.
  • Google Classroom – a content management system for schools that aids in the distribution and grading of assignments and providing in-class communication.
  • Google Currents – a digital bulletin board.
  • Google Docs Editors – a productivity office suite with document collaboration and publishing capabilities. Tightly integrated with Google Drive.
    • Google Docs – a document editing software.
    • Google Sheets – a spreadsheet editing software.
    • Google Slides – a presentation editing software.
    • Google Drawings – a diagramming software.
    • Google Forms – a survey software.
    • Google Sites – a webpage creation and publication tool.
    • Google Keep – a note-taking service.
  • Google Domains – a domain registration service, with website publishing partners.
  • Google Drive – a file hosting service with synchronization option; tightly integrated with Google Docs Editors
  • Google Fonts – a Webfont hosting service.
  • Google Groups – an online discussion service that also offers Usenet access.
  • Google Meet – a video conferencing platform.
  • Google Translate – a service that allows carrying out machine translation of any text or web page between pairs of languages.
  • Google Voice – a VoIP system that provides a phone number that can be forwarded to actual phone lines.

Map-related Products

  • Google Maps – mapping service that indexes streets and displays satellite and street-level imagery, providing directions and local business search.
  • Google My Maps – a social custom map-making tool based on Google Maps.
  • Google Maps Gallery – a collection of data and historic maps.
  • Google Mars – imagery of Mars using the Google Maps interface. Elevation, visible imagery and infrared imagery can be shown.
  • Google Moon – NASA imagery of the moon through the Google Maps interface.
  • Google Street View – provides interactive panoramas from positions along many streets in the world.
  • Google Sky – view planets, stars, and galaxies.
  • Google Santa Tracker – simulates tracking Santa Claus on Christmas Eve.

Statistical tools

  • Google Analytics – a traffic statistics generator for defined websites, with Google Ads integration. Webmasters can optimize ad campaigns, based on the statistics. Analytics is based on the Urchin software.
  • Google Surveys – a market research tool.
  • Firebase – an open, Creative Commons, attribution licensed collection of structured data, and a Freebase platform for accessing and manipulating that data via the Freebase API.
  • Google Ngram Viewer – charts year-by-year frequencies of any set of comma-delimited strings in Google’s text corpora.
  • Google Public Data Explorer – a public data and forecasts from international organizations and academic institutions including the World Bank, OECD, Eurostat and the University of Denver
  • TensorFlow – a machine learning service that simplifies designing neural networks in an easier and more visible fashion
  • Google Trends – a graphing application for Web Search statistics, showing the popularity of particular search terms over time. Multiple terms can be shown at once. Results can be displayed by city, region, or language. Related news stories are shown. Has “Google Trends for Websites” sub-section that shows the popularity of websites over time.
  • Google Activity Report – a monthly report including statistics about a user’s Google usage, such as sign-in, third party authentication changes, Gmail usage, calendar, search history, and YouTube.
  • Google Data Studio – an online tool for converting data into customizable informative reports and dashboards.

Business-oriented products

  • Google Workspace – a suite of web applications for businesses, education providers and nonprofits that include customizable versions of several Google products accessible through a custom domain name. Services include, but are not limited to, Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Calendar, Google Docs Editors, Google Sites, Google Meet, Google Chat, Google Cloud Search, and more.
  • Google My Business
  • Google Tables (beta) – Business workflow automation tool

Development tools

  • Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) – an open-source project and service to accelerate content on mobile devices. AMP provides a JavaScript library for developers and restricts the use of third-party JS.
  • Google App Engine – write and run web applications.
  • Google Developers – open source code and lists of API services. Provided project hosting for free and open-source software until 2016.
  • Dart – a structured web programming language.
  • Flutter – a mobile cross-platform development tool for Android and iOS.
  • Go (programming language) – a compiled, concurrent programming language.
  • OpenSocial – APIs for building social applications on many websites.
  • Google PageSpeed Tools – optimize webpage performance.
  • Google Web Toolkit – an open-source Java software development framework that allows web developers to create Ajax applications in Java.
  • Google Search Console Sitemap – submission and analysis for the Sitemaps protocol.
  • GN – meta-build system generating Ninja build configurations. Replaced GYP in Chromium
  • Gerrit – a code collaboration tool.
  • Google test – testing framework in C++.
  • Bazel – a build system.
  • FlatBuffers – a serialization library.
  • Protocol Buffers – a serialization library similar to FlatBuffers.
  • Shaders – tools and library for compiling HLSL or GLSL into SPIR-V.
  • American fuzzy lop – a security-oriented fuzzer.
  • Google Guava – core libraries for Java.
  • Google Closure Tools – JavaScript tools.
  • Google Colaboratory – write Python code using a Jupyter notebook.

Security tools 

  • reCAPTCHA – a user-dialogue system used to prevent bots from accessing websites.
  • Google Safe Browsing – a blacklist service for web resources that contain malware or phishing content.
  • Titan – a security hardware chip
    • Titan Security Key – a U2F security token.
    • Titan M – used in Pixel smartphones starting with the Pixel 3
    • Titan C – used in Google-made Chromebooks such as the Pixel Slate

Operating systems 

  • Android – a Linux-based operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers by Google and the Open Automotive Alliance.
    • Wear OS – a version of Android designed for smartwatches and other wearable items.
    • Android Auto – a version of Android made for automobiles by Google.
    • Android TV – a version of Android made for smart TVs.
  • Chrome OS – a Linux-based operating system for web applications.
  • Glass OS – an operating system for Google Glass.
  • Google Fuchsia – an unreleased operating system predicted to be for laptops and smartphones.
  • Google Pigweed – an unreleased operating system.

Desktop applications

  • AdWords Editor – desktop application to manage a Google AdWords account; lets users make changes to their account and advertising campaigns before synchronizing with the online service.
  • Drive File Stream – file synchronization software that works with the business edition of Google Drive.
  • Google Chrome – a web browser.
  • Google Earth – a virtual 3D globe that uses satellite imagery, aerial photography, GIS from Google’s repository.
  • Google Input Tools – Input method editor that allows users to enter text in one of the supported languages using a Roman keyboard
  • Google Japanese Input – Japanese input method editor.
  • Google Pinyin – input method editor that is used to convert Pinyin characters, which can be entered on Western-style keyboards, to Chinese characters.
  • Google Toolbar – web browser toolbar with features such as a Google Search box, pop-up blocker and ability for website owners to create buttons.
  • Android Studio – integrated development environment for Android.
  • Google Web Designer – WYSIWYG editor for making rich HTML5 pages and ads intended to run on multiple devices.
  • Backup and Sync – client software to synchronize files between the user’s computer and Google Drive storage.
  • Tilt Brush – painting game for the Vive and Oculus Rift.
  • Google Trends Screensaver – a screensaver showing the Google Trends in a customizable colourful grid for macOS.


Product families 

  • Google Pixel – smartphones, tablets, laptops, earbuds, and other accessories.
  • Google Nest – smart home products including smart speakers, smart displays, digital media players, smart doorbells, smart thermostats, smoke detectors, and wireless routers.
  • Google Chromecast – digital media players.
  • Fitbit – activity trackers and smartwatches.
  • Google Glass – a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display and camera that allows the wearer to interact with various applications and the Internet via natural language voice commands.
  • Stadia Controller – game controller for Stadia.
  • Jamboard – 55″ interactive whiteboard.


  • Nexus One – 3.7″ phone running Android 2.3 “Gingerbread”
  • Nexus S – 4″ phone running Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”
  • Nest Learning Thermostat (first generation) – a smart thermostat
  • Galaxy Nexus – 4.7″ phone running Android 4.3 “Jelly Bean”
  • Nexus Q – media streaming entertainment device in the Google Nexus product family
  • Nexus 7 (2012) – 7″ tablet running Android 5.1 “Lollipop”
  • Nexus 10 – 10″ tablet running Android 5.1 “Lollipop”
  • Nest Learning Thermostat (second generation) – a smart thermostat
  • Nexus 4 – 4.7″ phone running Android 5.1 “Lollipop”
  • Chromebook Pixel (2013) — a laptop running Chrome OS
  • Nexus 7 (2013) – 7″ tablet running Android 6.0 “Marshmallow”
  • Chromecast (first generation) – media streaming adapter
  • Nexus 5 – 4.95″ phone running Android 6.0 “Marshmallow”
  • Nest Protect (first generation) – smoke alarm
  • Nexus 6 – 5.96″ phone running Android 7.1.1 “Nougat”
  • Nexus 9 – 9″ tablet running Android 7.1 “Nougat”
  • Nexus Player – streaming media player running Android 8.0 “Oreo”
  • Chromebook Pixel (2015) — a laptop running Chrome OS
  • Nest Cam Indoor – security camera
  • Nest Protect (second generation) – smoke alarm
  • Nest Learning Thermostat (third-generation) – a smart thermostat
  • Nexus 5X – 5″ phone running Android 8.1 “Oreo”
  • Nexus 6P – 5.7″ phone running Android 8.1 “Oreo”
  • Pixel C – 10.2″ convertible tablet running Android 8.1 “Oreo”
  • Chromecast (second generation) – digital media player
  • Chromecast Audio – audio streaming adapter
  • Nest Cam Outdoor – security camera
  • Pixel – 5″ smartphone running Android 10
  • Pixel XL – 5.5″ smartphone running Android 10
  • Daydream View (first generation) – virtual reality headset for smartphones
  • Google Home – smart speaker
  • Google Wifi – wireless router
  • Chromecast Ultra – 4K-capable media streaming adapter
  • Nest Cam IQ Indoor – security camera
  • Nest Thermostat E – smart thermostat
  • Nest Hello – smart video doorbell
  • Nest Cam IQ Outdoor – security camera
  • Nest × Yale – smart lock
  • Nest Secure – security system
    • Nest Guard
    • Nest Detect
    • Nest Tag
  • Pixel 2 – 5″ smartphone running Android 11
  • Pixel 2 XL – 6″ smartphone running Android 11
  • Daydream View (second generation) – virtual reality headset for smartphones
  • Home Mini – smart speaker
  • Home Max – smart speaker
  • Pixel Buds (first generation) – wireless earbuds
  • Pixelbook – a laptop running Chrome OS
  • Pixel 3 – 5.5″ smartphone running Android 11
  • Pixel 3 XL – 6.3″ smartphone running Android 11
  • Pixel Slate – 2-in-1 PC running Chrome OS
  • Pixel Stand – wireless charger
  • Nest Hub – smart display
  • Chromecast (third-generation) – media streaming adapter
  • Stadia Controller – gaming controller for Stadia
  • Pixel 3a – 5.6″ smartphone running Android 11
  • Pixel 3a XL – 6″ smartphone running Android 11
  • Nest Hub Max – smart display
  • Pixel 4 – 5.7″ smartphone running Android 11
  • Pixel 4 XL – 6.3″ smartphone running Android 11
  • Pixelbook Go – a laptop running Chrome OS
  • Nest Mini – smart speaker
  • Nest Wifi – wireless router
  • Pixel Buds (second generation) – wireless earbuds
  • Pixel 4a – 5.8″ smartphone running Android 11
  • Pixel 4a (5G) – 6.2″ smartphone running Android 11
  • Pixel 5 – 6″ smartphone running Android 11
  • Nest Audio – smart speaker
  • Chromecast with Google TV – media streaming adapter
  • Nest Thermostat – a smart thermostat
  • Pixel Buds A-Series – wireless earbuds

This is a complete list of google products in India. We are sure you have used a bunch of them but were unaware of many more. Hope this article helps you make your life easier by using these Google products in India. Let us know what is your favourite google product?

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