1. Google Keep
Google Keep is a free note-taking service included with your Google account that lets you save a variety of content like text, images, audio and videos for quick access.
2. Google Timer
Google will set a timer for you if you type your desired duration followed by the word “timer” on your search bar.
3. Google Sky
Explore the remote reaches of the universe from the comforts of your own browser. With Google Sky Maps, you can.
With hi-res images culled straight from NASA satellites, the Hubble Telescope and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, Google Sky is a space map that shows you detailed images of objects like stars, constellations, galaxies, planets, or the Earth’s moon.
Spell out numbers
If you ever want to see a number completely spelled out, just type its digits on your search bar then add “=english” at the end.
. Translate symbols
If you want to translate written symbols or your freehand cursive writing, you can turn on Google Translate‘s manual “handwriting” feature by clicking that little pencil icon.
Did you know that Google has its very own site for free fonts?
Google Fonts is a collection of free fonts that you can download and use for free. From exotic to edgy fonts, Google has you covered!
Use Explore to discover art and culture
To examine the world’s famous artworks in great detail, use Google Art & Culture’s Explore tool. With Explore, you can zoom in on high-definition paintings, tour famous sites and landmarks via Street View and even view 360-degree videos of famous museums.
Google Express is Google’s online shopping service that lets you get same-day or overnight delivery for several categories like groceries, electronics, books, and a lot more.
Identify songs instantly
Are you familiar with Shazam, the service that can identify any song it hears?
Well, Google has its own equivalent service called Sound Search. With the help of Google Assistant, you can have it name any song it hears via your gadget’s mic.
Listen to animal sounds
Have you ever wondered what an anteater or a humpback whale sounds like?
Just search for “animal sounds” or the name of a specific animal and Google’s results will include a quick sound clip.
17. Gboard keyboard
To quickly launch a Google search straight from your iPhone’s keyboard, try the GBoard app.
GBoard lets you glide through your keys (ala Swype), pull GIFs, emojis and Google search all from within the keyboard.
18. Google One Today
Google One Today has photos, articles and explanations of how your donations actually help.