Google Hire was an applicant tracking system to help small to medium businesses distribute jobs, identify and attract candidates, build strong relationships with candidates, and efficiently manage the interview process.
Neighbourly was a mobile app designed to help you learn about your neighborhood by asking other residents, and find out about local services and facilities in your area from people who live around you.
Google Station is a service which gives partners an easy set of tools to roll-out Wi-Fi hotspots in public places. Google Station provides software and guidance on hardware to turn fiber connections into fast, reliable and safe Wi-Fi zones.
Google Trips was a mobile app that allowed users to plan for upcoming travel by facilitating flight, hotel, car, and restaurant reservations from user's email alongside summarized info about the user's destination.
Areo was a mobile app that allowed users in Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Gurgaon, and Pune to order meals from nearby restaurants or schedule appointments with local service professionals, including electricians, painters, cleaners, plumbers, and more.
YouTube Video Annotations allowed video creators to add interactive commentary to their videos containing background information, branching ("choose your own adventure" style) stories, or links to any YouTube video, channel, or search results page.
A service that Google developed for long-tail travel clients. ITA Software will create a new, easier way for users to find better flight information online, which should encourage more users to make their flight purchases online.
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.
Urchin was a web statistics analysis program developed by Urchin Software Corporation. It analyzed web server log file content and displayed the traffic information on that website based upon the log data.
Slide was a photo sharing software for social networking services such as MySpace and Facebook. Later Slide began to make applications and became the largest developer of third-party applications for Facebook.
Noop was a project by Google engineers Alex Eagle and Christian Gruber aiming to develop a new programming language that attempted to blend the best features of 'old' and 'new' languages and best-practices.
Google Pack was a collection of software tools offered by Google to download in a single archive. It was announced at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show, on January 6. Google Pack was only available for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.
Google Script Converter was an online transliteration tool for transliteration (script conversion) between Hindi, Romanagari and various other scripts. It's ended because Google shut down Google Labs and all associated projects.