Google has started unlocking more than 60 applications for its Google Apps business customers, including Google Voice, Blogger, Picasa and Google Reader.
Google has started unlocking over 60 applications for Google Apps. Credit: Google
The company said that the unlocking of existing apps for business customers was the result of feedback on a site called Product Ideas, where the company solicits feedback from users on what they would like to see added to the suite. The overwhelming demand was for existing consumer tools to be added to the corporate offerings.
The company also renamed its Apps suite. The Standard Edition, which is the free service targeted at entrepreneurs and groups with up to 50 users, has been renamed Google Apps. The Premier Edition, which offers 25GB of email storage and other tools and features for £33 per user per year, has been renamed Google Apps for Business.
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