Google, the search giant, has long been considered a master at bringing together the disparate disciplines of tech to bring people together.
But one of the most interesting aspects of the company’s online tools, the Google Reader, is its ability to deliver a daily dose of clever Google tricks.
Now, the company has launched a new online platform that allows users to browse and share its best tricks from the past month, and the most popular ones in particular.
For example, users can share their best mind tricks and tricks from past Google Reader weeks, and a list of Google tricks that have made the top ten on the Google search engine’s best search results list.
Users can also look up their Google Reader trick suggestions, and browse through the results in real time, using the new Google Reader app.
To help users find the best tricks in their inboxes, the app has also included a daily “Ask Me Anything” thread for users to ask Google questions and share their insights.
The new Google Reader app is available to Google Reader users on the Apple App Store and Google Play for iPhone, iPad, Android and Kindle Fire.
Google is also offering the app to developers, which will allow them to create apps and websites that are easy to use.
“Google Reader is a great tool for discovering new tricks and tips,” Google Reader co-founder and CEO Eric Schmidt said in a statement.
“We hope that other technology companies will add to the mix and bring Google Reader to the next level.”