Get G Suite apps on your mobile devices

This article applies only for G Suite customers. Learn more about G Suite.

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What you'll need
Phone Your mobile phone
Wristwatch Your smartwatch
Mail Your email address at your company or organization; for example, johnsmith@yourcompany.com.

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Get G Suite on your phone or tablet

The following G Suite services are available on mobile devices.

Note: You can also access G Suite services such as Forms, Groups, and Sites from a browser on your mobile device.

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Gmail: Send professional email 

Example: 
Read and send email when you're away from your desk.

Google Play Gmail for Android

ios app store Gmail for iOS

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Calendar: Online calendars designed for teams 

Example: 
Running late for a meeting? Use Calendar to reschedule or let people know you’re on your way.

Google Play Calendar for Android 

ios app store Calendar for iOS

 Calendar in your web browser (calendar.google.com)

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Cloud search

Cloud Search: Search for company content across your Google products 

Example: 
Find contact information for colleagues.

Google Play Cloud Search for Android 

ios app store Cloud Search for iOS

 Cloud Search in your web browser (cloudsearch.google.com)

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Contacts

Contacts: Online address book 

Example: 
Quickly send messages or calendar invitations to groups of people you contact the most, without entering their addresses individually.

Google Play Contacts for Android

 Gmail in your web browser (mail.google.com)

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Chat

Hangouts Chat: Chat directly with a co-worker or communicate with your entire team at once

Example: 
Create a room to brainstorm ideas with your team.

Google Play Hangouts Chat for Android 

ios app store Hangouts Chat for iOS

 Hangouts Chat in your web browser (chat.google.com)

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Hangouts Meet: Hold video meetings with people inside or outside your organization 

Example: 
Quickly join a meeting by clicking the shareable URL.

Google Play Hangouts Meet for Android 

ios app store Hangouts Meet for iOS

 Hangouts Meet in your web browser (meet.google.com)

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Drive

Drive: Online file storage  

Example: 
Visiting a customer offsite and need a PDF or video? After you store a file in Drive, you can easily pull it up anytime on your mobile device.

Google Play Drive for Android 

ios app store Drive for iOS

 Drive in your web browser (drive.google.com)

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Docs: Create and collaborate on documents in your browser 

Example: 
Never lose track of talking points for your next meeting. Jot down notes on the way. Or, say your notes and reminders instead.

Google Play Docs for Android 

ios app store Docs for iOS

 Docs in your web browser (docs.google.com)

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Forms

Forms: Create and analyze surveys and quizzes in your browser

Example: 
Manage event registrations, create quizzes, analyze responses, and more.

 Forms in your web browser (forms.google.com)

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Google plus

Google+: Online communities designed for businesses 

Example: 
Create communities for your project teams or for colleagues with common interests.

Google Play Google+ for Android 

ios app store Google+ for iOS

 Google+ in your web browser (plus.google.com)

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Groups: Manage and participate in online discussions

Example: 
Create mailing lists and forums, share files with team members using one address, and more.

 Groups in your web browser (groups.google.com)

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Keep

Keep: Create, share, and work together on notes and lists  

Example: 
Create to-do lists and set reminders so you don't miss a thing.

Google Play Keep for Android 

ios app store Keep for iOS

 Keep in your web browser (keep.google.com)

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Sheets: Create and collaborate on spreadsheets in your browser  

Example: 
Did an important deadline or resource change right before a meeting with investors? Update your shared project plan on the go.

Google Play Sheets for Android 

ios app store Sheets for iOS

 Sheets in your web browser (sheets.google.com)

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Sites

Sites: Create and collaborate on impactful websites

Example: 
Build public sites, internal project hubs, and more—all without IT help.

 Sites in your web browser (sites.google.com)

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Slides

Slides: Create and collaborate on presentations in your browser 

Example: 
Make last-minute changes to your project presentation, even if you don’t have your computer with you.

Google Play Slides for Android 

ios app store Slides for iOS

 Slides in your web browser (slides.google.com)

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Voice: Get a phone number for calling, text messaging, and voicemail — all on one app that syncs across your devices

Example: 
Use your free number to text, call, and check voicemail, and manage and organize all of your conversations from the one app.

Google Play Google Voice for Android 

ios app store Google Voice for iOS

 Voice in your web browser (voice.google.com)

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Get G Suite on your smartwatch

Start each task yourself, and let your phone or watch lead you through automated steps to complete the process.

When you’re ready, you can access your organization’s G Suite apps.
If necessary, later you can unregister your account.
 

Step 1: Connect your smartwatch and your phone

Add the Wear OS app to your Android or Apple® iOS® mobile phone to connect the two devices.

  1. Get the Wear OS app:
  2. On your Android or iPhone, tap Wear OS Wear OS by Google.
  3. Tap Set it up.
  4. If you see a prompt to Turn on Bluetooth and Location, tap Turn on.
  5. With both your phone and your smartwatch in front of you, connect your smartwatch and your phone:
    1. On your phone, tap the model name of your smartwatch when you see it in the list.
    2. Tap to check the box to allow the watch to access your contacts and history.
    3. Tap Pair to connect both devices.

After connection completes, the system checks for updates.

Step 2: Copy your G Suite account to your smartwatch

After you connect your smartwatch and your phone, you can copy your G Suite account from your phone to your smartwatch.

  1. On your phone, tap Next to confirm to copy your Google Accounts to your watch. You’ll be able to skip individual accounts later, if you prefer.
  2. On your phone, when prompted, enter your screen lock PIN or device password.
  3. On your phone, tap Copy.
    The watch receives the copied account.
  4. On your phone, enter your password and tap Sign in. (If multiple accounts were copied, you can tap Skip account instead, until the correct account shows on the screen.)
  5. On your watch, choose options by responding to the prompts. (You can bypass options by tapping Skip or Deny.) 
    1. Stay connected to Wi-Fi: Tap Connect.
    2. Sync your contacts: Tap Next.
    3. Allow Wear OS to make and manage phone calls: Tap Allow.
    4. Allow Wear OS to access your contacts: Tap Allow.
    5. Check and sync your watch with your phone’s calendar: Tap Next.
    6. Allow Wear OS to access your calendar: Tap Allow.
    7. Allow your watch to display notifications sent to your phone: Tap Next and turn on Wear OS notifications by tapping Allow.
  6. When you see the notice saying you’re all set, tap Done.

Your account is now copied from your phone to your watch.

Step 3: Register your smartwatch for mobile device management

After you copy your G Suite account to your smartwatch, you can register your smartwatch for mobile device management.

  1. On your smartwatch, get the Google Apps Device Policy app: 
    • If you just copied your Google account to your smartwatch, the watch displays the Device Policy screen now. 
    • If you get a notice that account action is required, accept the notice and go to the Google Play store to get the app.
  2. Follow the steps to install and set up the device policy app.
  3. On your watch, tap Device Policy  Google Apps Device Policy  to open the installed device policy app.
  4. Tap Continue to register your account, as prompted.
  5. Scroll and review the list of policies your administrator has applied, setting a password if requested.
  6. Tap Activate.

When you see the status message that the app is running and the device has successfully synced with the server, the process is complete. You can see and access your organization’s apps on your smartwatch. Tap any app to open and use it.

Important: If your smartwatch settings go out of compliance with enforced administrator policies, you won’t be able to access your organization’s G Suite apps. You’ll get a notification that your account is deactivated. The message you receive includes information you can use to bring the watch back into compliance.
(Optional) Unregister your account

If you leave the organization, you can remove the registration and account:

On your smartwatch, go to Device Policy and then Settings, and tap Unregister Remove.

(Optional) Set up notifications on your smartwatch

Some smartwatches can receive notifications for calendar events, messages, emails, and more. To learn how to set up notifications, check your smartwatch's documentation.

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