by Casey Newton December 12, 2012 4:37 PM PST
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In an interview with British tech publication V3, Google Apps product manager Clay Bavor did say his team's products wouldn't come to the platform anytime soon.
"We have no plans to build out Windows apps," he said. "We are very careful about where we invest and will go where the users are, but they are not on Windows Phone or Windows 8," he said.
Bavor added that Google's stance could change if and when Windows 8 gains scale:
"If that changes, we would invest there, of course."
But Windows 8 apps have not been "ruled out." A Google representative told CNET:
"Our goal is to be able to offer our users a seamless app experience across all platforms and want to make our products available to as many people as possible," the representative said. "We're always evaluating different platforms, but have no detailed plans to share at this time."
Google Apps include Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides, as well as Gmail and Calendar.
Google has already released a native search app for Windows 8, along with a Windows 8 version of Chrome.