Killed almost 7 years ago, Android Home allowed a user’s device to discover, connect, and communicate with devices and appliances in the home. It was about 4 years old.
Killed almost 7 years ago, Google Helpouts was an online collaboration service where users could share their expertise through live video. It was over 1 year old.
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Killed almost 7 years ago, YouTube for PlayStation Vita was a native YouTube browsing and viewing application for the PS Vita and PSTV game consoles. It was over 2 years old.
Killed almost 7 years ago, BebaPay was a form of electronic ticketing platform in Nairobi, Kenya that was developed by Google in partnership with Equity Bank. It was almost 2 years old.
Google Play Edition
Killed about 7 years ago, Google Play Edition devices were a series of Android smartphones and tablets sold by Google. It was over 1 year old.
Google Glass Explorer Edition
Killed about 7 years ago, Google Glass Explorer Edition was 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. It was almost 2 years old.
Killed about 7 years ago, Word Lens translated text in real time on images by using the viewfinder of a device’s camera without the need of an internet connection; The technology was rolled into Google Translate. It was about 4 years old.
Killed over 7 years ago, Orkut was a social network designed to help users meet new and old friends and maintain existing relationships. It was over 10 years old.
Killed over 7 years ago, Google TV was a smart TV platform that integrated Android and Chrome to create an interactive television overlay. It was over 3 years old.
Killed over 7 years ago, Quickoffice was a productivity suite for mobile devices which allowed the viewing, creating and editing of documents, presentations and spreadsheets. It was 9 months old.
Google Questions and Answers
Killed over 7 years ago, Google Questions and Answers was a free knowledge market that allowed users to collaboratively find answers to their questions. It was almost 7 years old.
Killed almost 8 years ago, Wildfire by Google was a social marketing application that enabled businesses to create, optimize and measure their presence on social networks. It was over 1 year old.
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Killed about 8 years ago, BufferBox was a Canadian startup that provided consumers 24/7 convenience of picking up their online purchases. It was about 1 year old.
Killed about 8 years ago, SlickLogin was an Israeli start-up company which developed sound-based password alternatives, was acquired by Google and hasn’t released anything since. It was 7 months old.
Killed about 8 years ago, Google Schemer was a Google service for sharing and discovering things to do. It was over 2 years old.
Google Chrome Frame
Killed about 8 years ago, Google Notifier alerted users to new emails on their Gmail account. It was about 9 years old.
Killed about 8 years ago, Bump! is a discontinued iOS and Android mobile app that enables smartphone users to transfer contact information, photos and files between devices. It was almost 5 years old.