Channel Insider content and product recommendations are editorially independent. We may make money when you click on links to our partners. Learn More.

Google May 6 said it will enable users to access Google Reader, Blogger and Picasa Web Albums from Google Apps in fall 2010, satisfying nine of the top 20 requests Apps users make from the company.

Google is moving Google Apps customers to a new infrastructure where they will be able to access Google Web services that aren’t part of the core Google Apps collaboration suite from their Apps account.

“For example, co-workers will be able to publish their organization’s blog on Blogger, share project images with Picasa Web Albums, track industry news in Google Reader, advertise online with AdWords and much more, all without switching back and forth between multiple accounts,” noted Dennis Troper, product management director for Google Apps.