Google Meet is a video conferencing platform developed by Google, designed for online meetings, webinars, and video calls. It is part of the G Suite, which has now been rebranded as Google Workspace. Google Meet allows users to connect with colleagues, clients, or friends in real-time through video and audio calls.
Google Maps takes virtual exploration to the next level with its Street View feature. Users can virtually walk down streets, explore neighborhoods, and even step inside businesses, all from the comfort of their screens. This immersive experience is a valuable tool for travelers and businesses alike.
Google Drive is a cloud-based storage and file-sharing service that allows users to store, access, and collaborate on various types of digital content, including documents, images, videos, and more. It offers seamless integration with other Google Workspace apps, making it a preferred choice for individuals, businesses, and educational institutions.
Google’s initial success can be attributed to its revolutionary approach to search. While other search engines of the time relied heavily on keyword density and meta tags, Google introduced PageRank, an algorithm that assessed the importance of web pages based on the number and quality of links they received.