Google is not very self-conscious when it comes to creating new products and services (especially those with features that overlap with existing features), but is equally known for killing products – and sometimes even those with a group of users. Google has killed many of its services that have lasted for years, But there are many services and programs that were killed in the bud and did not go out to the public. This killed products and services are placed in a place on the web (website) named “Google Cemetery” that explains why are killed.
That’s why a developer built a site called Google Cemetery. When you browse, you’ll find about 45 different products and services that have been buried. These products and services have been long-lived and noticed by many users and have gained popularity and use.
Some of these services are buried in this cemetery:
- Picnik 2006-2013.
- Picasa 2002-2016.
- Songza 2007- 2016.
- Google Now 2012-2016.
- Project Ara 2013-2016.
- Project Tango 2014-2017.
- Google Allo 2016-2018.
- Google Reply 2018-2018.
It is through this site or cemetery that you may be able to see these services and products that have been sent into oblivion. The beautiful site that it provides you with information about the service and the reason for killing and ending.