What is Google Apps?

Google Apps is the term used to describe customizable Google products (think Gmail, Google Calendar, Talk, Docs and Sites) that can be accessed on one, personalized website.

The Standard Edition is free and offers the same amount of storage as regular Gmail accounts. The Education Edition is also free and combines features from the Standard and Premier editions.  The Premier Edition offers additional storage for email and is available for an annual fee.

Additional questions about the Education Edition can be answered in Google’s FAQ section.


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Amber Nutt

Amber Nutt is an Education Support Technologist at the University of Kansas.