As a company, Google never ceases to amaze me in terms of their constant innovation and tinkering in order to ensure the end user has a satisfying experience. I was having a look at changes they’ve made recently and have been playing around with a few of their applications to see the difference. Here are some of them, in no particular order…

A preview of Gmail’s new look

Introducing the Google+ project: Real-life sharing, rethought for the web

Evolving the Google design and experience

Google Sites brings you over 100 new web fonts

Introducing the new Google Docs app for Android

12 new file formats in the Google Docs Viewer

Advanced sign-in security for your Google account

Priority Inbox in Gmail for Mobile

Editing your Google Docs on the go

WebP, a new image format for the Web

Google URL Shortener Gets a Website

R.I.P  Google Wave

Call phones from Gmail

Email overload? Try Priority Inbox

Easier event scheduling in Google Calendar

A new look for AdSense for content ad units

Switch to the new version of AdSense for search

New in Labs: Find docs and sites quickly with Apps Search

Bringing improved PDF support to Google Chrome

Access two Gmail accounts at once in the same browser

Introducing the Google Command Line Tool

5 things you may not know you can do with attachments in Gmail

View .doc attachments right in your browser

An update on the AdSense Product Ideas page

Folder and tag renaming


Tips & Tricks: Advanced Sorting Rules in Google spreadsheets

Optical character recognition (OCR) in Google Docs

The new Google Docs graduates

Tips & Tricks: Table of Contents in Google documents