Explore our dedicated page for the Google Graveyard, a virtual resting place for products and services, affectionately referred to as “Killed by Google.”
Experiencing a lifespan of approximately one year, Google Jamboard was a web and native whiteboard application renowned for its robust collaborative capabilities, as it approaches its eighth year of existence.
In 12 months, Google Podcasts will have celebrated its 6th anniversary as a podcast hosting platform and Android-based podcast listening app.
2017 – 2024 Service
digital interactive whiteboard with a 55-inch 4K touchscreen display, is set to be discontinued in 12 months despite being over 7 years old. This innovative device facilitated online collaboration through Google Workspace services, making it a versatile tool for interactive work and creative sessions.
2014 – 2023 Service
Approximately one month ago, Pixel Pass, a program enabling users to pay a monthly fee for their Pixel phone and facilitating immediate upgrades after two years, reached its end. The program had been active for nearly two years.
Shut down 3 months ago, Google Album Archive was a platform that granted users access to their archived photos and videos from various Google services, including Hangouts and Picasa Web Albums. This platform has been in operation for nearly seven years.
Eight months ago, Google Code Jam, Kick Start, and Hash Code, global competitive programming contests, were terminated, marking the end of a 19-year legacy.
Google Hangouts, a cross-platform instant messaging service, met its demise 11 months ago after a remarkable 9-year run.
Google Duo, which met its demise over a year ago, served as a video-calling application that enabled users to connect with contacts in their list. This app has been in existence for nearly six years.
Google Assistant Snapshot, discontinued over a year ago, served as the successor to Google Now, offering predictive cards with information and daily updates within the Google app for Android and iOS platforms. This feature had a lifespan of more than three years.
AngularJS, an open-source front-end web framework based on the MVC pattern and employing dependency injection techniques, met its end almost two years ago after an impressive 11-year run.
Fitbit Coach (formerly Fitstar), which was active for about 8 years before being discontinued approximately two years ago, was a video-based bodyweight workout app that leveraged AI to tailor workouts according to user feedback.
Over five years ago, Measure was introduced, enabling users to take measurements of everyday objects through their device’s camera using ARCore technology. However, this innovative app was discontinued over two years ago, marking the end of its five-year journey.
Zync Render, which had been in operation for nearly seven years, was a cloud render platform for animation and visual effects until it was discontinued over two years ago.
Timely Alarm Clock, an Android application that offers alarm, stopwatch, and timer functionality with synchronization across devices, was discontinued over two years ago. With nearly eight years of service, it left a legacy in providing versatile timekeeping features.