January 5, 2011

Google Labs: 8 Applications You missed. part 1

Google Labs is an ultimate stop for every enthusiast.Most of us visit Google's Labs once in while.
Google Labs has all applications which are in Beta Aka Testing stage. Some of this are really worthwhile and awesome. Many of these come handy in our day to day life.
So today I am going to suggest some of these apps to you.
Go and check it out.

App Inventor for Android:

You can use App Inventor to build just about any android app you can imagine. Often people begin by building games like WhackAMole, Tic-Tac-Toe and Pong, or games that let you draw funny pictures on your friend's faces. You can even make use of the phone's sensors to move a ball through a maze based on tilting the phone.

But app building is not limited to simple games. You can also build apps that inform and educate. You can create a quiz app to help you and your classmates study for a test, or a Math Blaster quiz for your little sister to work on her multiplication tables. With the TextToSpeech capabilities, you can even have the phone ask the questions aloud.

You Don't need Knowledge of any programming language. Because App inventor provides good visual editor for your help.

Datawiki:

A DataWiki extends the idea of a normal wiki to:

make it easy to create, edit, share and visualize structured data, and
interlink the data formats to enhance the understanding and usefulness of each.

Image Swirl: Google Image Swirl organizes image search results into groups and sub-groups, based on their visual and semantic similarity and presents them in an intuitive exploratory interface. Try this tool to resolve an ambiguous query visually (apple, jaguar, beetle) or to explore a concept from different visual perspectives (Eiffel Tower, beach, impressionism).

Body Browser: This is for anatomy and physiology of the human body fans.

Body Browser is a detailed 3D model of the human body. You can peel back anatomical layers, zoom in, and navigate to parts that interest you. Click to identify anatomy, or search for muscles, organs, bones and more.

You can also share the exact scene you are viewing by copying and pasting the corresponding URL.

You will need a web browser that supports WebGL, such as the new (free and publicly available) Google Chrome Beta.


Google Scribe::Get autocomplete suggestions as you type. Supported for Arabic, English and Spanish
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Google Goggles:Google Goggles lets you search Google using pictures from your camera phones. We take an image as input, and using several image recognition backends (object recognition, place matching, OCR, etc).

People just go and check all this Applications in Google Labs.

Will rest for now and come with new ones next time.

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