Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Top 10 G Suite Mobile Apps




1. Field Trips

Field Trip runs in the background of your phone. When
you get close to something interesting, it pops up a card
with details about the location. If you have a headset or
bluetooth connected, it can even read the info to you.

iOS link: goo.gl/f7fQzf

Android link: goo.gl/3ROSTr

2. Google MyMaps

Keep track of the places that matter to you.
Easily make custom maps to remember your
favorite places.

Android link: goo.gl/jh6gAM

3. Blogger

Android app for blogging on the go.
Compose a post that you can save to
draft or immediately publish.

Android link: goo.gl/dnyaSY

4. Santa Tracker

Follow Santa Claus on Google Maps as
he makes his journey around the world.

Android link: goo.gl/TtO0QI

5. Google Art and Culture VR

View art from museums around the world with the
Google Arts & Culture VR app. Step inside a virtual gallery
to see works by artists like Van Gogh or Rembrandt.

Android link: goo.gl/YdwLZt

6. Inbox by Gmail

Inbox is an organized place to get things
done and get back to what matters.

iOS link: goo.gl/Fj5G5l

Android link: goo.gl/9AfJCI

7. Google Trips - Travel Planner

Now you can find travel details like
reservations and confirmation numbers in one
easy app. Google Trips simply gathers your
travel information from Gmail and Inbox, then
organizes it.

iOS link: goo.gl/OW7kEv

Android link: goo.gl/T9PSlk

8. Text-to-Speech

Google Text-to-speech powers applications
to read the text on your screen aloud

Android link: goo.gl/tMN2aB

9. Google Admin

Google Admin lets you manage your
Google Cloud account on-the-go. Add and
manage users and groups, contact support,
and view audit logs for your organization.

iOS link: goo.gl/gzRcTs

Android link: goo.gl/S4Ydw8

10. More Mobile Apps

Get the full list of iOS and Android apps
for mobile:

iOS link: goo.gl/LCfVZp

Android link: goo.gl/XNOe

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