The Google Workspace Marketplace provides integrations for Gmail, Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Calendar, and more. Your organization or third-party developers might have built these integrations. They can be installed or approved for your users. Only install an app if you trust its developer and vendor.
Google Workspace Marketplace app developers must adhere to the Marketplace's listing requirements, program policies, and Developer Agreement, which requires developers to clearly present the terms under which they offer their services.
Before you install apps
The developer is responsible for supporting their app. They are responsible for ensuring that it works well for you and your users. To help you determine if an app is trustworthy before you install it from the Marketplace or allowlist it, on the app’s listing page you can review:
- Information in the Overview tab about the developer and the app, such as the Google Workspace products the app works in, its details, and screenshots
- Permissions that the app is requesting in the Permissions tab to ensure that these meet your organizational policies
Note: For assistance with an app, reach out to its developer directly using support channels provided in the app listing.
After you install apps
If you already have Marketplace apps installed for your account, you can always: