The Google Cemetery

A list of dead Google products and why they died

#4 Product of the DayNovember 23, 2018
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👻The Google Cemetery ⚰is a website where you can see a list of dead Google products / services and when and why they died.

  • Pros: 

    Good to know


    Sad to know

    Was suprosed to see there

    Oleksandr Pastukhov has used this product for one day.
  • Pros: 

    Helps to avoid mistakes done by big firm.



    Good idea to keep track of Google dead products and why they died.

    Muhammad Azeem has used this product for one day.
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Lauren Nham
Lauren Nham@laurensophia · Product Manager
In case you had ideas of building out this site, here's some unvalidated/unprioritized ideas to drive more adoption/engagement and retention: 1. Visualize the tombstones on a timeline and sort by product category 2. List out reigning competitor (internal or external) that superseded the target market 3. Provide additional links to artifacts, news articles and existing online references by Google would drive more depth to each gravestone 4. Develop tool to scan a website for existing Google product usage and risk for cancellation -- can leverage Builtwith/Ghostery tools 5. Develop tool to help scan each visitor's Google account for existing Google product usage 6. Developing a platform to petition (if not also scan your existing Google product usage) for upcoming announced planned product cancellations. I blame the post-Thanksgiving turkey lunch for vegging out on ProductHunt! 😉
Siddharth Mungekar
Siddharth Mungekar@siddharth_mungekar1 · Two failed startups, onto my third.
@laurensophia these are some carefully crafted insights for the product owner!!
Aaron  O'Leary
Aaron O'Leary@aaronoleary · Community @producthunt. Chef.
This website gives me nightmares
Ryan@ryanamurphy · Ryan Murphy
Pixate too.
Ruslan Khisamov
Ruslan Khisamov@ruslan_khisamov · CDO, Shaker
@ryanamurphy It was a very good tool, I still sometimes use it (thanks to the sites from which you can download the apk to the android)
Lydia Sugarman
Lydia Sugarman@lksugarman · CEO/Founder
This sounds like so much fun and pain! Is it like the Wayback Machine for dead apps?
Mawuena Michel KODZO AYEDZI
Mawuena Michel KODZO AYEDZI@micash · CEO of the startup SU 💻🎮🎧🎵🍔🍕🍟
Very good way to know the tech projects on which you should not work ... 😉