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Google Apps Marketplace: Apps for Your Business

Saikat Basu 14-03-2010

The Google Apps Marketplace launched on March 9th, 2010. Today it’s known as the G Suite Marketplace, though the intent remains the same.


It’s designed to be an online store for enterprise-level apps that can be used by individuals, organizations, or businesses to bolster native Google Cloud apps like Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar, and others. Thanks to the Marketplace, users can get the benefit of third-party apps alongside Google apps.

More than five million businesses use G Suite and cloud collaboration today.

Have a Google Account? Enter the Marketplace

If you have a Google account, you can browse and install apps straight from the marketplace. Do note that the G Suite Marketplace apps have both free and paid apps. Many paid apps offer free trials that makes them easy to test.

For team productivity, you can try G Suite with a free trial for 14 days. G Suite administrators can also manage the apps for their organization’s users via the Google Admin console.

Google Apps Marketplace: Apps for Your Business GSuite


There are three ways to browse apps in the store:

  1. Drill down to a category or sub-category of apps from the sidebar. For instance, Productivity > Office Applications. Major categories include Business Tools, Productivity, Education, Communication, and Utilities.
  2. Scroll down the page to see some other ways to browse through the marketplace. They include: Most Popular, Top Rated, or New and Notable apps. For instance, you can view apps that work with Google Drive.
  3. Use the Search bar at top to search by app or company name.

Each app comes with an average rating given by the subset of its users. Click it to go to a description page where you can get app details, watch a demo video, see user reviews and ratings, and install the app.

Little icons below the app name will tell you the Google tools each app can work with. Also, pay attention to when the app was updated last.

Improving Your Google Productivity

Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Drive are well-known. But the G Suite Marketplace can introduce you to several new apps that can accelerate your digital productivity. For instance, Mail Merge with Attachments can tackle mass email scheduling in Gmail with different attachments for each recipient. With the right add-ons installed, you can overturn your Google Drive productivity Make Google Drive Absolutely Awesome with These Tools Google Drive comes packed with smart features. And you can greatly expand its potential with third-party tools. Here we have compiled some of the best tools that plug into Google Drive. Read More .

Are you a G Suite user? What do you like or hate about it?

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  1. jim jason
    October 7, 2016 at 6:58 pm

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  2. Blueshell
    June 12, 2010 at 12:05 pm

    Thanks for sharing the news!