What is Google Doodle, 3 facts about it

Google Doodles are creative variations of the Google logo that appear on the search engine’s homepage. They are used to commemorate significant events, holidays, achievements, and notable individuals. Doodles often incorporate elements related to the subject being celebrated and are designed to be visually appealing and interactive.

The beginning of Google Doodle

The tradition of Google Doodles began in 1998 when the co-founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, altered the company’s logo to let people know they were attending the Burning Man festival. The positive response led to the development of more doodles for various occasions. Today, Google Doodles have become a global phenomenon, reaching millions of users worldwide and providing a delightful and informative way to engage with the search engine.

Recently celebrated Google Doodle

Zarina Hashmi introduced by Google Doodle

30th Anniversary of PAC-MAN

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