Tuesday , 26 September 2017

Google Hacks You Didn’t Know You Could Use

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You probably use Google every single day but here are few things you probably didn’t know Google could do.
Use Google as a timer:

Just type “Set timer 30 minutes” (or however long you want) in quotes, and the countdown begins!

Google will calculate your tip for you:
Type “tip calculator,” and a tip calculator will magically appear and do your bidding.

 

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Search for special days:
Type in an important upcoming day and Google will automatically provide you with the date it’s occurring on and a brief description of what it’s all about. Saint Swithin’s Day is coming up, you guys!

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You can also use the same method to get movie release dates…

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A full schedule for your favorite shows…

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Songs by your favorite bands…

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And a list of books by your favorite authors:

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You can also get quick flight schedules:

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The exact time of the sunrise in your city:

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Info on a company’s founders:

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You can tell Google to do a barrel roll:

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Or tilt, ever so slightly, to the right:

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Searching for “recursion” will get you into a dangerous infinite loop:

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And searching “Anagram” will get you some nifty anagrams you can use to impress all your friends:

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A “Festivus” search brings up a beautiful aluminum Festivus pole:

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“Binary” and “hexadecimal” take you directly into the land of the nerds:

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And while you’re there, you may as well try Googling “Zerg Rush”:
You can actually play this game: Click as fast as you can on the O’s as they attack your screen to save your search results from the Zerg.

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Google will also show you the etymology of certain words…

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A calorie comparison of your favorite foods…

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Or you can go back to a happier time:
Just type “Google in 1998” in the search bar and you can search Google as if you were back in the glorious ’90s.

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