Android — 03 August 2012


Every so often Google rifles through its old and outdated products and puts a few out to pasture — just last month the company shuffled the last vestiges of Google Video over to YouTube and performed the last rites for iGoogle. Now Google Apps for Teams has been put on the chopping block. It gave small teams and schools access to Google’s enterprise services without requiring a larger, organization-wide adoption of of Google’s services. Starting September 4th, Google will be turning Apps for Teams accounts into standard personal accounts.

Google has also discontinued its Android podcast discovery app Listen, explaining that the Play Store offers a wide range of alternatives. The app will continue to work if you’ve already got it…

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