Kirk takes a look at some google apps you might not know about.
Let's start with the newest Google app - it's called KEEP. It's all about simple notes and simple lists. Create them on the fly, right from your Android home screen or with your voice. All of your notes are synced to your Google account online. Anyone can use it on the web but the "KEEP" app is only on Android.
There are a ton of language translation apps but did you know Google makes one, and it's pretty solid. It's called Google Translate. It's about as simple as it gets - pick 2 languages and translate between the two. Just like Google note, you can talk to translate and it'll do the rest. Google translate will even say the translated words or phrase for you. It's free and available on iPhone and Android.
Finally, if you've converted to Google Chrome on the desktop, you might want to check out the Google Chrome App. It'll sync up your favorites, preferences, your settings with your phone. Leave tabs open on your desktop and you can open them up on your smartphone. It's free and available for both iPhone and Android.