6 Best Google Apps for Business

There are plenty of ways to make your life easier, including when at work, so we’re going to look at the 6 best Google apps for business. Why? Well, because Google is one of the biggest names out there and if its products aren’t already free, they’re pretty darn close to it.

Many products will help not only you as an individual but your entire team too. That’s achieved by providing tools that allow teamwork, others to give their input, to add or remove things from shared projects, to communicate at any given time, and so on.

6 Best Google Apps for Business

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Once called Google Apps for Work, nowadays it has a shorter name – G Suit. The tools it offers may already be familiar, since you probably use at least some of them in your private life. The major advantage of G Suite is the fact that it allows you to access the documents you work on or any other detail you’re working on from any spot in the world, whether that’s via a desktop computer or laptop or a smartphone, for instance.

Although most office type tools offer the ability to communicate with teammates nowadays, Google’s products are particularly easy to work with, and the company constantly works to improve even more and to kill out any and all bugs.

To start things off, we should mention that G Suite is not exactly a free service, but it’s not expensive either. There are two options companies can shell out money for. The G Suite Basic is $5 per user per month, while the G Suite Business is $10 per user per month.

The Basic version offers companies the possibility to create business email addresses that include people’s names and the company’s name, video and voice calls, integrated online calendars, online text documents, spreadsheets, and slides, as well as easy to create project sites, security and admin controls and 24/7 support. There are also 30 GB of online storage for file syncing and sharing.

The business version offers users unlimited storage (or 1TB per user if fewer than 5 users in the plan). There are also advanced admin controls for Drive and audit and reporting insights for Drive content and sharing. Exporting to different formats is also possible, as is the option to archive all emails sent by your company.

If you’re interested, you could also read up on the top 25 paid Android apps in 2014. Well, without further ado, let’s take a look at the 6 best Google apps for business.