The company has launched a collection of 'Google Gadgets for your webpage' that allows users to browse a gallery of small, web-based applets that display items ranging from calculators to maps and photo galleries.
After selecting a Gadget and adjusting the settings, users are given a string of HTML code to place onto their pages.
The Gadgets are distributed free of charge and hosted remotely, so users do not need to upload any data to their web pages other than the widget code.
End users are not the only target of the expanded Google Gadgets. The company is also attempting to lure developers.
"We are working to connect developers with enthusiastic consumers and to make information universally accessible and useful to the individual user," said Google developer Adam Sah.
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