Google space does precisely the opposite of what Google gravity does. Instead of everything falling to the floor, everything starts floating in space, giving you a spacewalk vibe. Just search ‘Google space ‘and access it from the first search result.
Do a barrel roll
If you’ve played any open-world or airplane game in the past, then you know what a barrel roll is. For those of you who don’t know, it’s rolling your plane to one side on the lateral axis.
Just search ‘do a barrel roll‘ and watch Google roll.
Once in a blue moon
Frequency in physics is measured in Hertz. Once in a blue moon is a typical English phrase for something that happens extremely rarely.
Google combines these two, and when you search ‘once in a blue moon,’ it displays a result of once in a blue moon being equal to = 1.16699016 x 10^-8 Hertz.
Html is the computer language in which computer webpages are written. Search ‘blink HTML ‘and all the HTML elements on the search page start blinking, giving it a beautiful effect.
A baker’s dozen
This phrase is affiliated with how bakers in the earlier times used to count 13 as one dozen by staying on the safe side and adding one more loaf.
When you search a baker’s dozen, the result shows as 13.
Is Google down?
This is like a very quirky Easter egg. It involves searching ‘Is Google down?’ on Google itself, and it gives a self-evident answer- ‘NO.’
Sometimes we all need a meditation guide to calm ourselves and catch our breath. Search “breathing exercise” and Google will guide you through a one-minute exercise.
Cha Cha Slide
Out of the other best Google Easter eggs, this one is quite interesting. To recognize the 20th anniversary of the cha-cha slide song released in 2000, Google has released an incredible Easter egg in its memory. If you search the Ch slide song, you will see a microphone; on clicking, you will see the one-minute search page going through the dance moves of that song.
This Easter egg is pretty exciting and calls upon people to make their pages dance.
Error 418 (I’m a teapot?!)
The teapot Easter egg was created to please the server and the SEO enthusiasts. It was supposed to be a temporary April’s fool joke back in 1998. But Google went along with it. On clicking the teapot, it pours tea into the cup, and then we can pour it out. It is an animation of a smiling teapot.
It has a special Easter egg for the musicians. Anytime that you want an audible click while writing music or playing an instrument. You can now turn to google for it. On clicking the play sign, the click sound begins until it’s paused. And the frequency can be adjusted. The sound of the metronome is relatively straightforward and considerably loud.
Anagrams may seem not so exciting or to do something with, but they sure can be fun. On searching anagram apart from the relevant searches, Google will ask you whether you meant Nag a ram (which is an anagram if letters are rearranged). This is Google’s effort to make browsing more fun and less boring
Hanukkah is one of the most prominent Jewish festivals. Google intended to create this Easter egg to lighten up the people’s festive mood during these holidays. If you search Hanukkah, there will appear a gorgeous-looking set of Hanukkah candles overlaid on the top of the page.
This is a reference to the parody holiday as an alternative to the pressures and Christmas gatherings. On searching this, you will see an aluminum Festivus pole on the left of the page.
Not many people are familiar with the fact that Google has its hidden timer. By typing timers, 2 hours to go, a timer will be set, and you’ll be good to go. You can quickly start the timer by entering the desired duration in the box.
Some Google Assistant Easter Eggs:
When you ask Google assistant”, this statement is false,” it replies-
That whatever he said if it was false, whatever he said was true indeed. This is an Easter, which is fascinating and will leave you scratching your head
When you say crystal ball to the assistant
It replies with an impression of a crystal ball and makes a countdown till three making you ready to ask your question. This Easter egg is fascinating as it can be used as an alternative psychic.
Is Google ticklish?
On asking the assistant if it was ticklish, it replies-It replies by stating that not everybody is awkward, and when the user says tickle three times, the assistant seems to laugh. This Easter egg is quite hilarious and exciting.
This feature of Google comes in handy when looking to check the right level of a surface/body or even a wall. Just type Google Level on the Search engine and turn your smartphone into one of the handiest tools you can have with just a click, ‘bubble level.’
Remember when you ask your friend whether the photo, I’m putting on the wall is straight or tilted? Bubble level will always have your back.
Google changed one of the coolest games we’ve had in our childhood to an Easter egg, and it’s so cool that you can’t get enough of it once you start playing it.
You have to type Atari Breakout on Google image search, and the images that appear for the result turn into colorful bricks, which you can break with a ball and a paddle. Once you finish the game, it’ll take you to the search results you wanted.
Some Bonus Easter Eggs that Deserve to be Mentioned:
Once you type askew on the Google search, it might probably hurt your OCD, but it’s entertaining sometimes to fiddle with the font and all. It shifts all the text to the right side of the screen and gets tilted as you asked for.
This Google Easter egg will take you back to the high school math class. It isn’t as complicated for Google, though. When you type this expression on google search, it gives you a heart plotted on a graph. Difficult to believe? You can try it out yourself.
Google makes this feature to show support to the LGBT community who has faced much discrimination in the past and still faces many daily life challenges. You have to open a google spreadsheet and type P R I D E in adjacent cells of the worksheet and see its magic.
Everyone in their childhood wants to go to space and be an astronaut. Google here comes to the rescue for all those kids. From nearby planets to far-off solar systems, you can wander deep into space and live the dream you wanted to live.
One of the most underrated Easter eggs Google has made is the Marquee HTML. When you type it on the Search engine, you’ll gradually observe that the results count start moving from right to left. Cool right?