Sometimes we refer to all of Google's regular, free, public products as "Google Apps," but today we're referring to the product formerly known as "Google Apps for Your Domain" as just plain "Google Apps." (Note to Google: Come up with a clearer naming convention.) Give this flavor of Google Apps a domain name you own—like yourfamily.org or example.com—and it puts Google services behind it. If you've got a regular Google Account and firstname.lastname@example.org email address, that's cool—you can forward mail for email@example.com address to and from it. But Google Apps lets you create and manage several users associated with your domain and enable various services for them.