Google and Its Popular Subdomains

Google has been making our lives easier since its emergence in late 1998. Later on, the services it provides became varied and detailed in their particular field of requirement, and hence a number of Google subdomains came into existence.

Some of the more popular and almost an irreplaceable part of our lives are Google Search, Gmail, Google Docs, Google Drive, as visualized by the Alexa.com statistics. These services have completely revolutionized the lives of many individuals, from office workers to entrepreneurs.

Here are 15 most popular Google subdomains, that users across the world visit frequently:

Google and Its most Popular Subdomains

The above chart, based on Alexa.com data, illustrates where do visitors go on Google.com. The table shows the top subdomains for Google.com ordered by the percentage of visitors that visited the subdomain over a month. Note that the percentages can add up to more than 100 percent because a visitor can visit multiple subdomains during the month.

These subdomains don’t just include the services for searching the answers of the most regular or distinctive questions, but also include a set of socializing forums, such as Google Plus and Play Store.

Not only those, but Google provides special service for their audience that is academically inclined. There are subdomains such as Google ClassRoom and Google Translate that aims to simplify the lives of teachers and students by providing a paperless environment.

With over 116 subdomains, Google stands alone at the top of the pyramid of the digital world and rightly so, as it does not just keep evolving itself, but also manage our lives with the matching frequency of our needs. This makes Google and its services an unparalleled existence in the world that we live in.

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