Google Doodle Stories March 31

Google Doodle honors Dame Jean Macnamara, polio doctor

While Google will not be up to its usual April Fools’ Day shenanigans today, the company’s homepage will still look different for many. This morning, they’ve chosen to celebrate the life of Dame Jean Macnamara, a tireless polio researcher, with a Google Doodle.

Google Doodle Stories March 30

Google app beta gains ‘Show Doodles on search widget’ setting

Back in February, the Google app beta started testing a Lab that brings Doodles to the homescreen of non-Pixel devices. In a sign that this delightful customization is exiting preview soon for all Android phones, there is now a “Show Doodles on search widget” setting.

Google Doodle Stories March 23

Google Doodle celebrates Banh Mi, the Vietnamese sandwich

Today’s Google Doodle celebrating Banh Mi, the traditional Vietnamese street vendor sandwich, is sure to get your mouth watering.

Google Doodle Stories March 19

As we are all facing the coronavirus pandemic together as a global community, Google is using its platform as the most popular search engine to replace its homepage logo in nearly every country around the world with a Doodle honoring Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis, “the father of infection control” and a pioneer in hand washing.

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Google Doodle celebrates the onset of the spring season

Today is the spring equinox, which means we’re entering into a brand new season. With the new season comes a renewed hope for the future, and a new Google Doodle to celebrate the spring season.

Google Doodles are seen by millions of people around the world on a daily basis, often teaching them a thing or two about history, a current event, or even just a date they may have forgotten about. Now, a clever designer has come up with an idea for a Google Doodle that would encourage social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.

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