Google have been very busy recently with lots of new offerings. I have only looked at a few of their products and this is just the tip of the iceberg
I emailed all my clients to point them towards Chrome, and I know that quite a few of them are now using Chrome as their default (Windows) browser. For me it is difficult to move away from Safari on the Apple.
I was looking for a simple way to convey some statistics from a Groovy / Grails / MySQL application and took a quick look at Google charts.
The Team GB Olympic medal haul would look something like this using Google Charts:
There are lots of different chart types, and very easy to drive from a JSP or GSP page.
But from then on it is capturing lots of useful information about web traffic, and also allows you to profile your sites against a workflow, and compare how different approaches affect your sales conversions.
I set up my Google mail account many months ago, but don't tend to use it for day-to-day email. However, on a recent collaboration it was very handy to be able to share and co-edit a document. I should take some time to look into more of the Google mail features ...