Search giant Google has this undeniably tremendous mixture of creativity and sense of humour that manages to surprise and make us burst into laughter every year on April 1st. From Google's Toilet Internet Search Provider (TiSP) to storing anything on Google Docs with physical storage, we take you on a quest for some of Google's best April Fool Day pranks and jokes of all time
In 2005, Google announced Google Gulp with Auto-Drink, the company's line of "smart drinks." With Smart Gulp, Google aimed at maximising your Internet surfing efficiency by boosting your intelligence and reducing your thirst.
Google Romance encouraged users to post all types of romantic information and get search results to find the love of their life and go on a paid contextual date so that Google could deliver to you two relevant ads.
Google TiSP, short for Toilet Internet Service Provider, was all about in-home wireless access by connecting your commode-based TiSP wireless router to an access node, courtesy of a fibre-optic cable "strung through your local municipal sewage lines."
Google's physical cloud storage to let users store their physical valuables and other objects that they could CTRL+F when lost and download whenever they want at $0.10 per kg.
Google uploaded YouTube video claiming to have invented an edible fiber to take feedback from the body and determine which nutrients are needed and target delivery to those organs accordingly.
Google uploaded YouTube video claiming they could smell what people are searching. For example, wet dog, etc.
Google uploaded YouTube video saying that they are working with "developers of 'paw-friendly' apps to build Chromecast support into more of the apps and websites both humans and squirrels love."
Google announced Bluetooth-enabled socks to let users search for them using a companion app over Bluetooth.
Google Files Go's Bad Detector Joke to make your handset free from bad jokes, especially "good morning" images from India.
Google released a video of Gboard Spoon Bending Version that can realise character input you have in mind by simply bending the spoon.