Google Launches YouTube Channel To Showcase Apps Marketplace Additions

    March 27, 2010
    Chris Crum

Google has launched a YouTube channel for its recently released Google Apps Marketplace. The Apps marketplace is a place where developers can create apps that integrate with Google Apps and sell them to users. According to Google, they can reach over 2 million businesses and 25 million users.

The YouTube channel should be a good place to checkout some of the apps that are available in the marketplace, and see what they can do.

"The Apps Marketplace YouTube channel showcases videos from Marketplace vendors," says YouTube’s Chris Kelly. "Ranging from funny to informative, from cartoons to screencasts, these videos are meant to convey the benefits of extending Google Apps with integrated apps that work seamlessly with Gmail, Calendar, Docs and more. We’re happy to already have more than a dozen videos in the channel and over 60 integrated app vendors in the Marketplace, and look forward to more great things as the Marketplace grows."

Here are a few sample videos:

The Apps marketplace is still young. It was only announced a couple weeks ago. Expect it to grow significantly, and hopefully this YouTube channel will continue to make for a good destination to check out some useful apps.


Chris Crum
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