Google announced on Tuesday recently to layoff products that are no longer a mainstay for its company.
According to Xinhua, an official says that the products list includes iGoogle, Mini, Video, Chatback and Symbian Search Application.
To begin with, Google decided to dismiss iGoogle on 1st November 2013, providing 16 months time limit to users to export their data’s.
According to the search giant, the necessity for iGoogle has weathered in excess of time.
Google has already stopped uploading the video in May 2009 hosting their content to YouTube and requests the users to move their content or to download it before the time limit on 20th August.
Nearly, 30 products have been closed so far after Larry Page, the co-founder came as a chief executive officer.