Your local hardware store offers something for everyone, just like the Google Apps Marketplace, which features hundreds of third-party apps that complement the suite of tools in Google Apps for Work.
Starting today, employees can install these apps without involving their administrator. Previously, only administrators could install these apps within an organization. So if you work at an organization that uses Google Apps for Work, Google Apps for Education or Google Apps for Government, you now have greater access to apps that help you work faster, more efficiently and collaboratively.
To find and add third-party apps for Google Apps, click the app launcher icon, click More, and click More from Apps Marketplace.
Administrators can adjust the settings that filter and show which third-party apps are available to their organizations from the Admin console (learn more). By default, any user can now install apps from the Google Apps Marketplace—excluding K-12 EDU domains that are defaulted off.
The Google Apps Marketplace has a wide-variety of options, no matter your taste, including Smartsheet for online project management, Freshbooks for accounting, Zoho for customer support, GQueues for to-do lists and more. To find a solution that fits your needs, visit the Google Apps Marketplace. For additional information regarding end user installations, visit our Help Center.