Save money on your mortgage and car insurance, discover the truth about data requests and organize your accounts after you die with this handy selection of Google resources and Google’s free useful websites. there are many more useful google websites but we reviewed some free websites that Google runs.
These useful google websites are not much popular as compared to other google services but still they add plenty of money in their business. Most of these websites are still useful for people in corporate stream. Here is the list of useful google websites.
LIST OF 5 USEFUL GOOGLE WEBSITES
1. Plan your ‘digital afterlife’ with google
Google’s Inactive Account Manager (goo.gl/o8WOsw)–not a great name, it admits – let you decide what happens to your Google account after you die. Options include deleting your data after set periods of time, or selecting trusted contacts to receive data from accounts. You can also configure alert me setting which will alert you via text message or optionally email before timeout periods ends. Read Google’s blog for more information (goo.gl/ilqeMs).
2. See every Google doodle
Some of googles ‘’doodles”, which mark anniversaries, birthdays and notable events, are so good that it’s a shame you only get to see for 24 hours. Fortunately, you can revisit every doodle from the last 15 years by going to www.google.com/doodles. This also includes doodles that only appeared on the google homepage of particular countries.
3. Compare car insurance with google
There are loads of sites that let you compare car insurance online but google tailored service Google car insurance (goo.gl/vZZUMD) is more honest and reliable than most. It always includes the true costs of policies and claims, won’t pass your details onto third parties and makes it easy to add extra such as breakdown cover. Your results are clearly presented and are sourced from more than 120 insurance providers.
4. Compare mortgages with google
Google mortgage comparison service appears every time you search for a mortgage-related term. To use it, simply click the ‘Search mortgages’ box that appears in the results, underneath the sponsored link, or just go straight to the google Mortgages website (bit.ly/mortgagesgoogle). Google says that it doesn’t keep any of the personal data you submit when searching for a good deal.
5. Read Google’s Transparency Report
Google’s latest transparency report (www.google.com/transparencyreport) reveals how often in the second half of 2012 governments around the world asked the company to remove content from its service, including search and YouTube. To ship straight to requests made by UK government, visit (goo.gl/ZEuDka).
So here is the detailed reviews of top 5 useful google websites if you know more about these sites let us know.
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