Seven years ago I gave up Google, and while my focus was leaving Google I also think it is worth your while to stay diversified. Try unrelated services, look for privacy and host it yourself if you are able. I currently recommend the following services and software.
Tiny Tiny RSS - My feed reader, I have used this software since 2013.
ProtonMail - My email provider since it's release. Fun story, I was a customer of Lavabit and so was Ed Snowden. Lavabit was taken down and I moved to Protonmail.
Syncthing - Decentralized storage, synchronize files between two or more computers. I also used Ubuntu One cloud storage, which shutdown and Spider Oak which worked very well. I have been using Syncthing for a couple years. Software is open source, free and available on GitHub.
- Firefox - Absolute amazing browser, I dumped Chrome in 2013 and see no reason why anyone would use Chrome. I occasionally use Safari, which has some nice privacy features that make fingerprinting more difficult.
- DuckDuckGo - This search engine has improved so much since 2013. I used a handful of others through the years but our household default is now DuckDuckgo.
- Keybase - Secure groups, files and chat.
These are just some of the software and services I used to become free of Google. DeGoogle has a huge list of alternatives for search, email, cloud storage and more. Part of being Google free is keeping their hardware out of your life as well. I have Linux, FreeBSD and Apple devices and a single Windows computer that is only used for gaming.