Did you know that there are a several hidden Google tricks that not that many people know about? If you don’t believe us, try this right now – let us know in the comments if you have any favorites.
Enter “Google Gravity” in the search bar. Hit “I’m feeling lucky” (if you have Google Instant enabled, it’s on the right hand side of the suggested searches). Then watch your world fall down. or see it in action : http://goo.gl/l73Kp6
2. Tilt or Askew
Typing the word “tilt” or “askew” on Google (specifically if you’re using the Chrome or Safari browser) commands the search engine to “tilt” the whole screen slightly to the right
3. Google Do a barrel roll now
Typing the word Do a barrel roll now on Google (specifically if you’re using the Chrome or Safari browser) commands the search engine to do a 360 degree roll!
Type “recursion” into the Google search bar and Google in return asks, rather recursively: “Did you mean recursion?”
5. Weenie Google
Weenie Google is the flip side of Epic Google. Once the page loads, the logo, search bar, “Search” and “I’m Feeling Inadequate” buttons,immediately begin to shrink to inscrutable and barely-usable sizes. Is fun, no? see it in action: http://goo.gl/Zg2xOL
6. Epic Google
Epic Google is Google on steroids — not the enhanced performance however, just the obscene bulk. Once the page loads, the logo, search bar, “Search” and “I’m Feeling Excessive” buttons, all swell until they either float off the page or you type a search and get the heck outta there. see it in action: http://goo.gl/DZqiNF
7. Google Chuck Norris
Google Chuck Norris: There was a time when the internet raged with all imaginable Chuck Norris jokes. So naturally, Google itself dipped its hand in the meme with the Chuck Norris Google Trick. Search “Chuck Norris,” and Google returns a familiar Chuck Norris joke: “Google won’t search for Chuck Norris because it knows you don’t find Chuck Norris, he finds you.”
8. Let Me Google That for You
LMGTFY or Let Me Google That for You is a somewhat tongue-in-cheek service made for those of us who are too lazy to use Google. Upon entering a search query, instead of results, you get a link that you can then mail to your lazy recipient. Clicking on the link launches the actual search: thus, in this perigrinatory manner, you have Googled it for them. All they have to do is click the link. A beautiful example of technology making things more complicated for us., see it in action : http://lmgtfy.com/