What Is Google’s Vision Statement?

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Google’s official mission or vision statement is to organize all of the data in the world and make it accessible for everyone in a useful way. Google also has an unofficial motto to avoid being evil.

According to Google’s About page on the company’s website, the mission has different branches. The company focuses on do-it-yourself ads with Google AdSense. Google focuses on speedy search and message threading in its email service called Gmail. Google’s line of Android phones offer its users free access to Google Maps and provide navigation and communication. Google is also branching into other fields as well, such as the famous Google cars that operate on their own. This is part of Google’s vision for a future where cars drive themselves and people can participate in more productive activities during their commutes. The site Google+ is part of Google’s vision for social media that is integrated into phones and every other part of life. The Google Chrome web browser is part of the company’s vision of a more open market for web browser add-ons. The innovative company has even begun a new venture called Calico that is focused on creating a healthier future for all of humanity.