Google is about to break several applications and services between 12 March and 2 April.
The first time ever is the block that breaks up Google's old message app, Allo. The application was launched in 2016 with amalgamation with Google Assistant as an iMessage competitor. It is closed on 12 March.
The inbox is closed, a top Google email application, in March, but it's not fixed when users expect to be offline.
A shorter URL is now at Google, goo.gl, closing on 30 March. Google blocked this site in 2018 from new users 9to5Google, but at the end of March no-one will be able to do so now.
Google+, the social network search field, was cleared in Google's Spring Cleanup and will be shut down on 2 April.
Google has replaced two of these applications with new Gmail and Android messages. However, the company has not made any public attempts to install Google+ and replace the shorter URL.