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Best 25 Google Hack tricks.

Hello friends today,as we all know google is the best search engine in the world that provide information related to our problem. I am going to show you some funny and amazing tricks that you can do with google and share it with your friends as all tricks are simple to implement and interesting to see effect on google.

1.Google Gravity
With this cool trick ,you are going to see google logo,search box and all other stuffs on the google page falling down to the buttom of the browser .just write google gravity in google search box.

2. elgooG
As by its name it will show you the mirror image of google
just typing the elgoog in the search engine.

3.Pacman on Google
You can play pacman game on google  as well as control it with your keyboard . To playpacman game click
 on the pacman on google above or text pacman google in google search box

4.Tilt
This will tilt on the google screen  text the tilt in google search box

5. Epic Google
It will increase the size of google each component bigger and bigger .Open google.com,type Epic Google in the search box on I'm feeling Lucky button

6.Weenie Google
This work opposite to epic Google .It decrease the size of each component smaller and smaller..Open google.com, type Weenie Google in the search box on I'm feeling Lucky button

7. Rainbow Google
To have a rainbow effect on google.open google.com type rainbow google inthe search box and see rainbow google

8. Disappearing oo in google
This trick can use to show magic to others by disappearing oo from google. after that google search engine will appear to you then click on screen than after that after 3 sec. oo will diaappear.

9. Let Me Google That For You
It wil trace what you search on google and help to share what you search on google with friends.

10. Annoying Google
Search with this like as you do in Google . Make your search funny by changing some letters into capital or some into small letters.

11. Google Barrel Roll
It will Roll your screen by 360 degree and then show you the content.

12. Google MentalPlex
It is the one of the best April fool trick use to make fool of peaples by concentrating oninstruction and divert then from there search.

13. Google Space
With this cool trick ,you are going to see google logo,search box and all other stuffs on the google page fly in the browser .just write google space in google search box.

14. 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.”

15. God on Google Earth
Sometime in 2010, people around the world went “God crazy” when Google Earth supposedly had taken a “snapshot” of “divine beings” while crossing a mountain zone in Switzerland. There’s no definite answer, of course, but the buzz it created was testament to how the entire online community could get excited over a blurry photo, like they do with pictures of cats.

16. Google Hacker
Those who are familiar with the so-called language of hackers (1337 5p3@k or “leet speak”) may love using this Google trick to amuse haxor pals or confound the squares. Sure, the trick isn’t much trickier than  swapping letters for moderately analogous numbers or ASCII characters — e.g. “G” becomes “6″, “E” becomes “3″, “N” becomes “||”, etc — But it’s still fun symbol-play, and still somehow feels like a secret language, despite that we all now w00t every time we are overcome with joy.

17. Google Sphere
Google Sphere turns every little element you commonly see on Google’s homepage into a swirling “sphere.” It’s pretty cool, but it’s no longer implemented on Google.

18. Google Spam
Probably not an actual Google trick but more a manifestation of how Google offers users related information. In the folders in your Gmail account, you usually see a one-line text advertisement from Adsense. But in the Spam folder, what you’ll see is a real Spam recipe—yes, it’s a recipe for something you can actually eat.

19. Dragon Slayer
Those who use Google Docs will find this mildly amusing. If you create or open any spreadsheet, pressing Shift+F12 pops up a message that says: “Dragon slain! Congratulations, you’ve slain the dragon! ]B=8}”.

20. All the Google Doodles
Over the years, Google has released several of its “doodles”—a temporary re-design of the Google logo made as a tribute to a historical event or the birthday of someone who has changed the world for the better. Through the link below, you’ll find all of the Google Doodles, not only the American versions.

21. Recursion
Type “recursion” into the Google search bar and Google in return asks, rather recursively: “Did you mean recursion?”

22. Google’s Nessie
Use the beach theme with your iGoogle homepage, then very patiently sit there and wait until the clock strikes 3:14 AM. Or you can just more the clock forward and see the monster” that comes out. If you actually waited several hours until 3:14 AM, finally seeing the monster might not totally amuse you.

23. Flight Simulator
What started as an Easter egg became so well-loved that Google eventually turned it into a regular feature of Google Earth. Just click Tools > Enter Flight Simulator, and you’re off to make a round-the-world tour. It would have been more awesome if Google Earth also has a “rocket launcher” feature with unlimited ammo to go with it, but maybe next time.

24. Google Anagram
Step 1: Type “anagram” into the Google search bar. Step 2: Google asks if you in fact mean “nag a ram.” Step 3: Proceed to LOL.

25. Chicken Rolling
“Rick-rolling” is a popular prank that involves redirecting the unwitting user to a video of music artist Rick Astley singing one of his hit songs (most often “Never Gonna Give You Up”). Chicken-rolling, on the other hand, is like Rick-rolling, but with one dancing man eating fried chicken legs. To subject your unwitting friend to this prank, type the code “2204355” then click “I’m feeling lucky.” See what happens.

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