Here is a list of some Google hidden features you might not have known.
1. Flappy Droid
This feature is hidden by Google in your Android phone. If you own a phone running Android Lollipop or Android Marshmallow, then you might don’t know that you have a Flappy Bird clone tucked away on your device.
To get to it, go to your phone Settings > About Phone and repeatedly tap the Android version number quickly. In few quick taps ( about 4 times to 6 times), you’ll get the screenshots shown below, one is a graphic of the letter “L” or “M”.
Now if you tap it 4 times to 6 times again and hold your finger down for a second or two, the lollipop or marshmallow will slide out-of-the-way, and you’ll get a fully playable game of Flappy Droid.
2. Talk to Martian
Google buried an Easter egg in Google Earth. In this feature you can talk to a bot pretending to be a martian.
To get to it, install Google Earth start it. Go to the top of the screen and find the little Saturn. Click it, and select Mars.
Now type Meliza in search box and click search, it will take you to coordinates you see at the bottom of the next screenshot. There you will find Meliza, the alien from Mars.
Click on the bot and you can chat with an alien bot.
Type ” the answer to life the universe and everything” in Google Search and then see what result Google gives you.
Why and how is 42 the answer to life, the universe and everything?
It comes from the book The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy written by Douglas Adams. Many theories are suggested to justify the statement but author Douglas Adams rejected them all. He was quoted as saying – “The answer to this is very simple. It was a joke. It had to be a number, an ordinary, smallish number, and I chose that one. Binary representations, base 13, Tibetan monks are all complete nonsense. I sat at my desk, stared into the garden and thought ’42 will do’. I typed it out. End of story.”
4. Flight Simulator
You could fly your virtual airplane from several airports or start mid-air from any location in Google Earth. No unlocking is necessary to run “Flight Simulator”and also support joystick. To fly launch Google Earth navigate to “Tools” tab and select “Enter Flight Simulator..” or use keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Alt+A. Then select your aircraft (F-16 or SR-22) and start position.
And here you go.
5. Package Tracking
With Google package tracking feature, there is no need to enter your tracking number in the website of the sender or websites such as USPS, UPS or FedEx, simply type it into Google Search and it will provide you all the details you want to know.
6. Zerg Rush
Zerg Rush is Starcraft based game. Go to the Google search page and type in “zerg rush”.
Zeros will start dropping from the top of your screen, erasing your search results. Click on the zeros to erase them and protect your results.
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