By Rajesh Kumar/Google IndiaThe Indian tech giant wants to let users view their data online with a click of a button.
In a blog post, the company said that a number of its existing online services, including Gmail, Maps, Gmail, and YouTube, would be available on smartphones, tablets and other devices, as well as in Google apps.
In an interview with TechCrunch, Google India chief Ravi Jain said that the company would also be launching a mobile app that would let users see all the images they’ve uploaded in the last six months, as long as they have the Google+ account.
Google will also allow users to upload images in its search results, and also let users search for images with a keyword search, Jain explained.
Users would also see all of the photos they’ve shared on social media, and their comments on other photos.
Google’s vision for the future of online services is that they’ll let people use the web to explore content and to share ideas, but not for financial gain, Jains said.
In fact, the idea is to allow users’ online privacy to be respected and even enhance its ability to make money.
Google is already using the same concept to help people get better search results and make their online life more convenient.
The company recently opened a new Google+ community in India, where users can make new friends and interact with people in the country.
India is currently in the midst of a digital transformation, with the government making significant investments in the internet.
Google is also taking a similar approach in India.
“The focus is on making sure we provide a platform that’s open to the whole world,” Jain told TechCrunch.
“We’re building a world where everyone can have access to the internet, including the very small group of people who have been excluded.”
The company is also working on a number new products, including its cloud-based search and analytics platform, called Google Analytics, which will help developers build more powerful web apps.