Template:Active editnotice The technology company Google has added Easter eggs and April Fools' Day jokes and hoaxes into many of its products and services, such as Google Search, YouTube, and Android since at least 2000.[1]

Easter eggs are hidden features or messages, inside jokes, and cultural references inserted into media. They are often well hidden, so that users find it gratifying when they discover them, helping form bonds between their creators and finders. Google's employees are encouraged to use 20% of their time for projects of personal interest, and Easter eggs are sometimes created during this. Google avoids adding Easter eggs to popular search pages, as they do not want to negatively impact usability.[2][3]

File:Google Maps "Mordor" easter egg.png
An Easter egg in Google Maps warned users asking for walking directions from "The Shire" to "Mordor" that they should "Use caution – One does not simply walk into Mordor."

Search engine

Further information: Google Search

As Google searches are case insensitive,[4] search terms are listed in lower case except where case sensitivity is explicitly referenced.

A Google web search for:

A frame from Google's webdriver torso logo. See original animated image

Embedded tools

Further information: Google Search § Special interactive features

A Google web search for:

Google birthday surprise spinner

Searching for "google birthday surprise spinner( see it )" will result in a wheel that spins to one of a selection of playable Google Doodles, tools (see above) and games. Whichever is randomly selected may be opened, or the wheel may be spun again. It was added in celebration of Google's 19th birthday.[49]

Calculator

Late 2011, Google added a graphical calculator to search results,[68][69] using natural language processing to determine that search results might be mathematical in nature.[70][71] Woven into this feature are several, not entirely academic, results which might be considered Easter eggs.[72]

A Google web search for:

The result of multiple Easter eggs may be calculated; for example: "the number of horns on a unicorn plus the answer to life the universe and everything( see it )" will return "43".[73]

Image search

Google Maps and Google Earth

Further information: Google Maps and Google Earth

Pegman

Further information: Google Street View § Pegman

Google Translate

Further information: Google Translate

Google homepage

I'm feeling Result
Doodley Random Google Doodle
Adventurous Random Google search for fun activities[failed verification]
Artistic Random Google art project
Hungry Google search for "restaurants"
Puzzled "A Google A Day" home page
Trendy Google Hot Trends
Stellar Google Earth homepage
Playful Random interactive Google Doodle
Wonderful Random "World Wonder" project
Generous Google "One Today" homepage
Curious Google search for "I'm Feeling Curious"[failed verification]

Google languages

Google offers interfaces for several different fictional languages. Users can set any language (except pig latin) as their preferred language in their search settings.[118]

Language URL
Pirate www.google.com/?hl=xx-pirate( see it )
Hacker (Leet) www.google.com/?hl=xx-hacker( see it )
Bork www.google.com/?hl=xx-bork( see it )
Klingon www.google.com/?hl=xx-klingon( see it )
Pig latin www.google.com/?hl=xx-piglatin( see it )
Elmer Fudd www.google.com/?hl=xx-elmer( see it )

Google subpages

The teapot found at Google's 418 error page.

Android

Further information: Android (operating system)

Android applications

YouTube

Further information: YouTube

Search

A YouTube search for:

Chrome

Further information: Google Chrome

Lonely T-Rex

Chrome OS

Further information: Chrome OS

Other

"PRIDE" Easter Egg in Google Sheets being demonstrated
Google I/O 2013
Password Page theme
IIIOOIII cat
OOIOIOIO outer space
IOOOOOOI Pong
IOOIOOOO bacon
IIOIOOII Simon
OIOIOOII 8-bit
IOOOIOOO synthesizer
IIOIIOII song
OIIIIIII ASCII
OIIIOIOI bowling
OIOOOIOI rocket
OOIIIOOI hamburger
IOIOIOIO metaball
IOOIOIIO donut

See also

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