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Six Android apps by Google that you might have not tried yet

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If you visit the Google Play store you will found dozens of apps developed by Google and may confused to choose the best one for yourself from the popular Android apps. The most popular apps developed by Google that we are going to share with you are those with high utility and not known very well to the people.

1.  The Youtube Remote

YouTube Remove is a fantastic application designed to control the YouTube on your desktop computers or larger screen with the smartphone. In order to use the app, you will need to pair your handset or tablet with computer or TV. The pairing process is not very lengthy and only takes a minute to finish.

2.  Chrome Beta

Chrome Beta is a very popular web browser developed by Google and now it is available for the users in mobile form as well. The mobile version of chrome is though not finalized yet but the android users may try that out for free. Use the application and if you find the areas that need improvement then send feedback to Google. As it is a typical beta app, the stability might be an issue.

3.  My Tracks

With My Track, you can literally track your path, speed, distance while you run, talk or drive the car. You can also share the stats with your friends through Google Plus, Twitter or Facebook.

4.  Google Authenticator

If you want to save your account from hacker then add an extra security layer to your Google account by using 2-step verification process. With Google Authenticator, you can sign in to your account by entering the username, password and the code sent by Google Authenticator application on your mobile.

5.  Google One Today

Do you want to make the world a better place? Google One Today lets you discover a new project each day that can benefit the society. If you want to donate money to the projects that you are passionate about on Google, then you can also do so quite easily.

6.  The Google Gesture Search

Using the Google Gesture Search, as the name suggests, you can search the stuff on your device. All you have to do is to swipe the name of what you have been looking for- a contact, app, setting or song.

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