Easter Sunday is here but as you can expect, everyone will be celebrating it indoors this year because of the coronavirus outbreak. In order to add some fun to the festival, Google had added some actual (virtual) easter eggs for Easter-related searches. When you search for Easter, Easter 2020, or other similar terms, Google is showing a banner on top-right corner of the results page on desktop and above the search results on mobile. Additionally, the company has added Easter Bunny to its 3D animals collection.
According to a report by 9to5Google, the easter banner in Google search results on both desktop and mobile includes a pink, bow-wearing bunny, yellow chicken, and baby chicken being hatched from an easter egg. The banner isn’t interactive, but it is certainly an interesting addition to Google search results page.
Further, Google Knowledge Panel for Easter search includes an interactive exhibit from Google Arts & Culture about “Easter traditions around the world”.
Google is known for hiding easter eggs in its search results. Some of the popular Google easter eggs include Atari Breakout, askew, flip a coin, roll a dice, Tic Tac Toe, fidget spinner, loneliest number, blink html, do a barrel roll, Thanos, and zerg rush. There are plenty more, and if you are wondering exactly watch each of them do, all you have do is search for them in Google.
Additionally, as mentioned, Google has added Easter Bunny to its collection of 3D animals. If you search for Easter Bunny on Google for mobile, the results show an animated 3D Easter Bunny that you can even put in your surroundings using augmented reality, as long as your phone supports it. The Easter Bunny’s addition to Google’s collection comes just in time for Easter Sunday.