Internet search a giant Google has come up with a fun feature to help you stay bored at work “I’m feeling curious”.
Google definitely known for its hidden Easter eggs and search features, and this one will really keep you busy: searching for “I’m curious” now shows you a widget that looks at random and interesting data about pretty much everything.
Interestingly, each fact is fetched from the website and Google provides a link to the source.
It seems like Google’s feature is really addictive, as you can see a large blue “Ask another question” button just below it, enticing users to keep clicking on more interesting data.
1. Who is commonly known as the fifth Beatle?
2. What country does Eater Island belong to?
3. Who has the fastest mile run?
If you haven’t seen or tried it yet, head over to Google – this one will surely keep you busy!
When it started?
Beginning in September 2015, Google introduced the “I’m Curious” feature on the home page of its search engine. You can access this via the “I’m Lucky” button that goes through many of Google’s “I Feel” features, sometimes getting to “Curious,” or you might search for “I’m curious.” ”(“ Fun Fact ”also works) by itself and has the same effect.
This function, when used, extracts a random fact in the form of a question and answer, linking the site from which Google received this information. After the initial fact, you will be able to press the blue button labeled “ASK ANOTHER QUESTION” in white text. As the name suggests, you will be prompted with a new question and answer.
Few Games and Tools:
A fun Google Easter Egg that can keep you busy for hours. Further more, you can also tap on below arrow mark and find different games and tools to play when you are curious about fun facts
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