On Tuesday, 28 March, Google launched Google Open Source, its online directory of open source code, and one of the major examples of open innovation.
Some examples of popular applications include:
Android: Google’s mobile telephone operating system has been available for years, leading to the development of over 2.8 million apps and an approximate 87% global market share for all smartphones shipped in Q3 2016.
Angular: A web app development platform.
Chrome: Google’s popular internet browser.
End-to-End: A browser messaging encryption extension for Chrome.
Flutter: An app builder for Android and iOS using a single codebase.
Open Science Journal: A sensoring, measuring and recording app.
Upspin: A global file sharing registry and platform.
View Google's complete open source directory here.
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