There are countless Easter eggs hidden throughout Google products, whether they’re online or in various apps. Recently, a new one was discovered within the Google app on iOS that lets you play a pinball/brick breaker game.
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Google celebrates Lakers NBA Finals win with purple and gold fireworks
Earlier this evening, the Los Angeles Lakers won their 17th NBA Finals championship after beating the Miami Heat in six games. Those searching for the final score on Google are now seeing purple and gold fireworks.
Google Easter Eggs Stories September 10, 2020
Google Search gains elaborate Fresh Prince of Bel-Air easter egg
While the usual way for Google to celebrate or commemorate a bit of culture is to give it a homepage Google Doodle, sometimes the company will put longer-lasting easter eggs for specific search terms. The latest easter egg in Google Search gives you a 90s throwback to celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
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Google Search gains actual Easter eggs to mark Easter
Most people this year will be celebrating Easter indoors. Google is marking the occasion with some virtual whimsy through new easter eggs in Search.
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Google hid an elaborate text adventure Easter Egg in Google Search
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As Google turns 15, it is celebrating with an animated doodle and an Easter Egg that takes us back to its birth in 1998. Simply google google in 1998 to see the page as it looked then.
The 1998 page is fully-functional, but the time travel doesn’t last long: any search conducted on the page is carried out using today’s index and with the results returned in today’s design … expand full story
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Fun Googlemaps easter egg lets you follow Streetview into Dr Who’s TARDIS
Google’s Streetview has taken us to some pretty interesting places lately. We’ve had the world’s tallest skyscraper, the Eiffel Tower, a Bond villain’s lair and a trek up to the top of Mount Fuji, but this is the first time we’ve been able to visit other dimensions – with a wander around inside Dr Who’s TARDIS.
Start here, outside London’s Earls Court tube station, then follow the instructions below the fold …