A free internet is a good thing, says Google cofounder Sergey Brin, but the Google services and tools that it offers aren’t as good as they should be.
Brin made his remarks in an interview with Wired magazine on Monday.
Wired reported that Brin said Google’s own services like Chrome and Gmail aren’t up to snuff.
Google isn’t the only one who’s not happy with Google’s internet services.
Mozilla, which has its own free web browser, Firefox, has complained that Google’s services don’t meet the same standard of quality as its own products.
Brinca said that his company’s Firefox software, which it uses to protect its users, was only slightly better than Google’s.
He also said that Mozilla was “not a good fit” for Google’s new Internet.com service, because its web browsing options are “not as robust as Google’s.”
Brin’s comments come on the heels of a separate announcement by Google that it’s giving away its Chromecast streaming devices.
The Chromecast is an inexpensive, low-power portable device that can be plugged into a TV and use its built-in Wi-Fi network to stream video from Netflix, Amazon, and YouTube.
Google says it’s offering Chromecasts to users for free for a year, starting in October.
Google has previously made similar announcements about its Chromecast, the Chromecast Ultra, and Chromecast 2, but those devices have not yet been launched.
Google is also making an effort to improve its free and paid internet services, including its YouTube app, Chrome browser, and Gmail.
In addition, Google will make changes to its search algorithm to make the services more relevant and relevant in the search results.
Google’s efforts to improve the web’s search algorithms have been part of a broader effort to get more people to subscribe to its free web service, Google Docs.
Google Doc’s subscription option is free for up to two years, but Google will start charging for its services once it becomes available.
Google recently started charging users for its email services and other services, but its services remain free.