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10 Useful Google Tools Users Should Know About
Most of us use Google atleast once in a day, be it search, translate, news, images. But, how many of us are aware about certain tools which Google provides to make our lives simpler and fast? Google has always provided us with answers to everything we needed, and still continues to do so.
For example if you are gettimg married, Google planner can help you plan your wedding and make it the most memorable day of your life. It can give you the best location to get married at and even send automatic updated to your friends and family members. Do take a look at these amazing tools Google has provided for us.
Users can set a timer on Google (get an alarm to sound when time is over) by looking up any amount of time on the website, followed by "timer."
Google.com/sky lets you explore the far ends of the universe using images from NASA satellites, Sloan Digital Sky Survey and Hubble Telescope. Sky will also provide you with HD images of constellations and galaxies that have been explored.
Are you getting married soon? Google will help you plan your wedding, by guiding you through breaking the news, locating a venue, making a website and keep your family and friends updated.
Google nGrams is a fun tool that lets you search for words in 5.2 million books published between 1500 and 2015 so you can see how they've been used and changed over time. It will also provide name of books which are related to the keyword searched.
Intimidated by huge numbers? Google will help you figure out how to pronounce that 12-string behemoth if you type "=english" after it. With such a feature you will face no issues in pronouncing such huge numbers.
There's a "Manual" feature in Google Translate that lets you draw characters or symbols. If Google recognizes your symbol then it can translate it for you in the selected language.
The Google Sound Search widget works like Shazam to help you identify songs you hear. It will also link you to buy each track in the Google Play Store.
Google Keep is a killer notes and reminder app that works across both desktops and smartphones.
Google Scholar makes it incredibly easy to search for information in professional journals and papers.
Want to get a pulse on what people care about at any given moment? Google Trends shows the most searched terms every day. You can even plot how different search terms have waxed or waned in popularity over time.