Work Inquiries
Ph: +91 7012836219
Get In Touch
24/89, Near Kinfra Hi-Tech Park, Kalamassery, Kochi, Kerala
Ph: +91 7012 836 219

Amazing Google Tricks that you should try Once

Day to day life we use Google and its services as a part of our life. Yes, Google is awesome and super intelligent that shares the right results for us. But do you know there are a lot of amazing Google tricks (called Google Easter Eggs) that you didn’t try? Here is a list of Google Easter eggs you need to try right now! We bet you are gonna love these hidden Easter egg tricks!!

1) Spinner

Yes, you can spin the fidget spinner via Google search box. Google added a hidden virtual simulation fidget spinner straight into search results in June 2017.

Google Fidget Spinner EasterEgg Screenshot

Screenshot: Google Fidget Spinner EasterEgg

But to access the hidden feature, all you need to do is to have to search for the right word ‘spinner’ to find it (not ‘fidget spinner’, just ‘spinner’) and the virtual spinner widget will immediately show up in results.

Depending on how powerfully you spin it, you can mimic a spinning move with your mouse cursor on the desktop and see the fidget goes on to rotate for several cycles. You can repeat the exercise until it eventually stops.


2) Spirit Level

Spirit level is an instrument designed to indicate whether a surface is horizontal or vertical. It is also called a bubble level or simply a level.

Google Spirit Level EasterEgg ScreenShot

Screenshot: Google Spirit Level Easter Egg

You can search “Spirit Level” or “Bubble Level” on your smartphone to get the top result card on your search results with an instant interactive spirit level.


3) Colour Picker

Are you a designer? Then this cool Google trick is for you! Finding the right color for your design is now easier than you think. Search “Color picker” and find the right colour for your design. Color Picker is an interactive tool that shows you the HEX values, RGB, HSV, HSL and CMYK values. Awesome trick right? Tadaa! Tadaa!

Color Picker Google Easteregg Screenshot

Screenshot: Color Picker Google Easteregg

4) Coin Flip

Wanna flip a coin for a hard decision for sports or for deciding between two or more arbitrary options? Then this awesome trick will sort it out. To get the coin flip, search: “Flip a coin” or “Flip Coin” – you’ll either get heads or tails. Also, you can search, “Roll the Dice“, “Roll Die“, “roll a dice”  allows you to flip virtual coins.

Flip a Coin Google Easter Egg Screenshot

Screenshot: Flip a Coin Google Easter Egg

5) Random Number

Want to Generate random numbers! A random number is another cool Google trick perfect for lotteries, dice substitute and more! That generates a sequence of random chance numbers that cannot be predicted easily. Enter a minimum number and a maximum number and Google helps to pick some numbers randomly. Search “random number” to see this easter egg.

random number google easter egg

Screenshot: Random Number in Google Search

6) Metronome

Google designed an awesome Easter egg that helps musicians to keep the beat. Google search for “metronome” will deliver an interactive metronome, a virtual device that produces an audible sound at regular intervals, that user can set in beats per minute (BPM). Google’s metronome default rate is 120 BPM (beats per minute) but can be adjusted using the “-” and “+” buttons on either side to a scale ranging from 40BPM to 218BPM.

metronome google easter egg

Screenshot: Metronome

7) Animal Sounds

Want to listen to animal sounds? or wish to understand, what sound will a cat or the other animal make? Then you’ll be able to use this feature in Google search and listen to the sounds of animals you would like. This is an awesome easter egg feature by Google in its search engine. this is often a fun feature and conjointly useful if you would like to note sounds of various animals. To try this search for “This Google feature works on each desktop and mobile.

animal sounds google easter egg

Screenshot: Animals Sounds

How to try this:

  • Search “Animal Sounds” in Google search, will list images of different animals with a speaker icon beside them.
  • If you would like to hear any particular animals sound such as cat, lion, goat…etc search Google for “Cat Sound” or “Tiger Sound” or “Lion Sound” or “Horse Sound” or “Sheep Sound” or “Owl Sound” or “Humpback Whale Sound” and likewise.
  • Also, you can try “what sound a cow sound makes”, to hear the sound of animals over Google search.

Currently, the Google feature supports 19 animals in total. The list includes pig, cow, dog, sheep, duck, moose, tiger, lion, elephant, horse, humpback whale, zebra, ape, rooster, turkey, owl, cat, raccoon and bowhead whale.

8) Barrel roll

If you’re feeling lazy, you can simply search the phrase in Google like “do a barrel roll”, and the screen will tumble around effect (it’s a barrel roll, after all). The same thing will happen if you search for “Z or R twice”. It’s created by a Google engineer to showcase the power of CSS3, a presentation feature of modern browsers.

do a barrell roll google easter egg

Screenshot of “Do a Barrel roll

10) Tic Tac Toe

The Tic Tac Toe game is a game for two players, called X and O, who take turns marking the spaces in a 3×3 grid. The player who succeeded in placing three respective marks in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row wins the game.

tic tac toe game google easter egg

Screenshot: Tic Tac Toe in Google Search results


Are you looking for an SEO Company that helps to improve your website visibility by improving the best practices recommended by Search engines? do let us know!

Amal is the co-founder and CEO of the ZeroBulb company having an experience of about 13+ years in the web agency industry.


  • Hey very cool site!! Man .. Beautiful .. Amazing .. I will bookmark your site and take the feeds also…I am happy to find numerous useful info here in the post, we need develop more techniques in this regard, thanks for sharing. . . . . .

  • We are very grateful to you for this information and we hope that you will continue to give us such information.

Comments are closed.