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Google is the gravy train of world secrets, here we revealed some google hacks tricks. Google helps you find out the best results on the web.
We put together a list of helpful things Google can do for you, along with a few fun secrets that not many people know about.

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1. Google Gravity

Well, just type Google Gravity in the search bar and click on the 1st link appears in the search result, you’ll find, all of the icons at the top of the site falling down towards the bottom of the page. You can even click on the icons and throw them around.

2. Google Pacman

Google also lets you play formative 1980s arcade game Pac-Man. Just type ‘Google Pacman’ in the search box and get ready to chop some power pellets and chased multi-colored coast around the Google logo.

3. Google in 1998

“Google in 1998” on a desktop browser will generate a layout similar to the one Google used for its search engine in 1998.

4. Recursion

Search in google- "recursion". Here’s what “recursion” means, according to Google: “the repeated application of a recursive procedure or definition.” When you search “recursion,” Google asks “Did you mean recursion?” with a link to a search for “recursion,” which then asks “Did you mean recursion?” with a link to a search for “recursion,” which then asks… and so on....😛

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5. Type "Webdriver Torso" in google

The “webdriver torso” turns the Google logo into the moving colored blocks. This does not work on mobile devices. This does not work when there is a Google Doodle on that day.

6. Reading images on Google

Looking for something specific, but don’t have the right keywords to describe it? You can “reverse image search” at images.google.com by clicking the camera icon, uploading an image, and then getting results of pictures that look similar. (Make sure you’re okay with your photos floating around the web first.)

7. Play Offline Game

If your internet connection is weak and you’re getting bored, then you don’t need to worry at all because Google gives you an awesome endless Dinosaur Game hidden right there on Chrome!

8. Crime-Stopper : Google

Reverse image technology is allowing Google to assist child protection agencies in clearing the Web of child pornography. How it works: Google indexes problematic images and finds any copies online, making it easy for Internet providers to cut them down.

9. Increasing Brain Power

ZDNet offers a handy tip to put through university research: first type “site:edu” to limit the query to educational institutions, then try “intitle:” before your topic. For example, site:edu intitle:"Technology magazines" brings up results from Harvard, the University of Michigan, and more.🙇

10. Barrel Roll

Type “do a barrel roll” into Google, click search, and your browser window will do a 360-degree spin. It’s a geeky reference to Nintendo’s Star Fox series, in which a wise old rabbit named Peppy (an intergalactic fighter pilot) advises your character to avoid enemy fire by pulling said maneuver.

11. Google as your Personal Assistant

Why pony up for a Hollywood-style minion when these tools were designed to get you a specific type of information as quickly as possible: sports scores, movie times, flight tracking, package tracking, and even fill in the blank for when you just can’t remember what you needed.

12. Google Sphere or Google Orbit

This is awesome! Just type ‘Google Orbit’ or 'Google Sphere' and click on the 1st link appear on the search result(Mr. Doob), you’ll watch the home page swirl and spin as you move your mouse around the screen. The text on the screen revolves around the center logo with all the clickable links.

13. Roll a die

Many people use dice when playing board games or while studying probability in mathematics but what if you’ve lost the dice? Well, not many know but Google gives you an option to roll a dice as well. Just type ‘Roll a die’ and it’ll help you play games easily.

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14. Timer

Use google as a Timer. Just type 'Timer' and set the timer you want.

15. Use Google as a Convertor tool

We can easily convert values from one form to another. Like type "convert inches to cms", then google will convert the inch value to cm. Google can do various types of conversion including Currencies also.

16. Google Translator

Use Google as a Translator. It was one of the most useful tools available by Google.

17. Solitaire Game

You can even play Solitaire on Google. Just type “Solitaire” on Google search box and you can play the Game.👍

18. Tic Tac Toe

You just need to type “tic tac toe” in Google search result and you can play the game on Google search page itself.

19. Zerg Rush

If you type ‘Zerg Rush’ into the search bar and just press Enter button, a playable game  with small ‘o’ characters will appear that starts destroying search results if they are not clicked with the mouse pointer. Sounds fun, isn't it?

20. Atari Breakout

Type ‘Atari Breakout’ into Google Images and you’ll get the classic Atari arcade game to play. An amazing way to kill time. LOL!

21. Weather 

You just need to type Weather and your zipcode for example “Weather 490023” and Google will show you weather forecast of your current location. You can also type the location name instead of zipcode like "Weather Bhilai".⛅

22. IP Address

If you want to find out your IP Address simply type on Google “What is my ip” Google will show you the ip address.

23. Flip a Google Coin

What do you do when you have to make a difficult decision of choosing something between two options? Flipping a coin is one thing that can help you out, but what if a coin is not handy? Well, you have Google to the rescue. Type ‘Flip A Coin’ and click on ‘I’m Feeling Lucky’, and voila Google will tell you whether it’s heads or tails!

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Above are some tips and tricks related to Google.  For more updates, latest tech news and tips&tricks keep visiting Geek Winky... And for any types of queries do use the comment section provided below...

Article By : Atul AgrawalSr. Technical Writer & Editor @ Geek Winky
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