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Google includes a hidden “Easter Egg” with each new Android version. Android 11 has one of the more elaborate Easter Eggs as it’s actually a game you can play. We’ll show you how to find it and play.

The Android 11 Easter Egg game is a reboot of the game included with Android 7.0 Nougat. It’s all about attracting virtual cats to your phone and collecting them. The idea sounds strange, but it’s pretty addictive.

The first step is to find the Easter Egg and enable the game. On your Android phone or tablet running Android 11, swipe down from the top of the screen (once or twice, depending on your device’s manufacturer) and then select the “Gear” icon to open the “Settings” menu.

Next, scroll all the way down, and tap “About Phone.”

From there, select “Android Version.”

Lastly, tap “Android Version” repeatedly until you’re brought to what looks like a volume dial.

This is the Android 11 Easter Egg, but it’s only the beginning. To start the cat-collecting game, you must move the dial from 1 to 10 three times. On the third attempt, it will go past 10 and reveal the “11” logo.

After the “11” logo appears, you’ll see a cat emoji in a toast notification at the bottom of your screen. This means the game has been enabled.

The goal of the game is to collect cats. You do this by filling virtual water and food bowls and playing with cat toys. To get started, press and hold down your phone or tablet’s physical “Power” button. Tap the three-dot menu icon.

Next, select “Add Controls” from the menu.

Tap “See Other Apps” at the bottom of the screen.

The one we want here is “Cat Controls.”

Check the box for all three controls to add them to your Power menu. Then tap “Save.”

Back in the Power Menu, if “Cat Controls” aren’t showing, tap the down arrow and select it.

Now you can tap the buttons to fill the water bubbler, add food to the bowl, or play with the toy. Once you do these things, it’s just a matter of waiting for a cat to appear in your notifications.

Tap on the notification when it appears and you’ll be brought to your collection of cats. Select any of the cats to rename them.

That’s all there is to the game! It’s a simple little background activity that will occasionally surprise you with a cat. Just make sure to keep the water and food full and play with the toy.

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Google includes a hidden “Easter Egg” with each new Android version. Android 11 has one of the more elaborate Easter Eggs as it’s actually a game you can play. We’ll show you how to find it and play.

The Android 11 Easter Egg game is a reboot of the game included with Android 7.0 Nougat. It’s all about attracting virtual cats to your phone and collecting them. The idea sounds strange, but it’s pretty addictive.

The first step is to find the Easter Egg and enable the game. On your Android phone or tablet running Android 11, swipe down from the top of the screen (once or twice, depending on your device’s manufacturer) and then select the “Gear” icon to open the “Settings” menu.

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Next, scroll all the way down, and tap “About Phone.”

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From there, select “Android Version.”

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Lastly, tap “Android Version” repeatedly until you’re brought to what looks like a volume dial.

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This is the Android 11 Easter Egg, but it’s only the beginning. To start the cat-collecting game, you must move the dial from 1 to 10 three times. On the third attempt, it will go past 10 and reveal the “11” logo.

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After the “11” logo appears, you’ll see a cat emoji in a toast notification at the bottom of your screen. This means the game has been enabled.

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The goal of the game is to collect cats. You do this by filling virtual water and food bowls and playing with cat toys. To get started, press and hold down your phone or tablet’s physical “Power” button. Tap the three-dot menu icon.

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Next, select “Add Controls” from the menu.

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Tap “See Other Apps” at the bottom of the screen.

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The one we want here is “Cat Controls.”

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Check the box for all three controls to add them to your Power menu. Then tap “Save.”

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Back in the Power Menu, if “Cat Controls” aren’t showing, tap the down arrow and select it.

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Now you can tap the buttons to fill the water bubbler, add food to the bowl, or play with the toy. Once you do these things, it’s just a matter of waiting for a cat to appear in your notifications.

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Tap on the notification when it appears and you’ll be brought to your collection of cats. Select any of the cats to rename them.

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That’s all there is to the game! It’s a simple little background activity that will occasionally surprise you with a cat. Just make sure to keep the water and food full and play with the toy.

It’s been a while since Android got a true Easter egg with a new software update. Remember when Google added Marshmallow’s Flappy Bird-style mini game? For Android 11, we get a new game, and like Android Nougat, it revolves around the infamous Android Neko cat.

Google’s apparently a big fan of virtual pet game Neko Atsume, because they’ve once again added an Easter egg heavily inspired by it. It’s very similar to the one in Android Nougat, but this time it takes advantage of the revamped power menu in Android 11. And unlike past versions, there is more to it than just taping on the version number multiple times — this time, there are steps.

Step 1: Unlock the Easter Egg

As with all of Android’s Easter eggs, it starts with opening your Settings app. Head to “About phone,” then select “Android version.” From there, tap the “Android version” entry rapidly multiple times — eventually, you’ll see a lime green dial.

Rotate the dial clockwise three times, returning to its original position each time. On the third time, you will be able to turn past the tenth dot on the dial, at which point you’ll see an “11” appear to the dial’s right and a cat emoji in a toast message at the bottom of the page. You are now ready to move on to the second step.

Step 2: Add the Cat Controls

Open the new power menu by pressing and holding your power button for a second, then select the three vertical dots next to the smart home toggles, then choose “Add controls.” If you don’t see the smart home toggles when you long press your power button, make sure “Device controls” is enabled in Settings –> Gestures –> Power menu.

In the bottom-left corner of the next screen, select “See other apps,” then choose “Cat Controls.” Cat Controls has three new toggles, so tick the boxes next to each one to add them all to the power menu. Once added, choose “Save.”

Step 3: Take Care of Cats

Now, bring up the power menu again, then tap the drop-down arrow next to the name of your Google Home. From here, select “Cat Controls” to see the new toggles you just added.

Now, use the toggles to attract a cat to your phone. You can swipe on “Water bubbler” to give different amounts of water, tap on “Toy” to attract it, or tap on “Food bowl” to feed it. After playing with these controls, eventually, an Android Neko cat will appear in a notification.

The alert will be labeled “Cat #” with a three-digit number. Depending on your interaction, the cat will alert you using emoji to express its feelings. In my testing, I was able to get a happy and sad emoji.

That’s about it. The cats appear in the Conversation section of the notification shade, so you can transform them into bubbles using the square icon in the bottom-left corner of the alert.

But you can’t actually talk to the cat. Selecting the cat will give the option to rename it. You can also attract multiple cats, and each will react differently according to your actions via the toggles.

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Google includes a hidden “Easter Egg” with each new Android version. Android 11 has one of the more elaborate Easter Eggs as it’s actually a game you can play. We’ll show you how to find it and play.

The Android 11 Easter Egg game is a reboot of the game included with Android 7.0 Nougat. It’s all about attracting virtual cats to your phone and collecting them. The idea sounds strange, but it’s pretty addictive.

The first step is to find the Easter Egg and enable the game. On your Android phone or tablet running Android 11, swipe down from the top of the screen (once or twice, depending on your device’s manufacturer) and then select the “Gear” icon to open the “Settings” menu.

Next, scroll all the way down, and tap “About Phone.”

From there, select “Android Version.”

Lastly, tap “Android Version” repeatedly until you’re brought to what looks like a volume dial.

This is the Android 11 Easter Egg, but it’s only the beginning. To start the cat-collecting game, you must move the dial from 1 to 10 three times. On the third attempt, it will go past 10 and reveal the “11” logo.

After the “11” logo appears, you’ll see a cat emoji in a toast notification at the bottom of your screen. This means the game has been enabled.

The goal of the game is to collect cats. You do this by filling virtual water and food bowls and playing with cat toys. To get started, press and hold down your phone or tablet’s physical “Power” button. Tap the three-dot menu icon.

Next, select “Add Controls” from the menu.

Tap “See Other Apps” at the bottom of the screen.

The one we want here is “Cat Controls.”

Check the box for all three controls to add them to your Power menu. Then tap “Save.”

Back in the Power Menu, if “Cat Controls” aren’t showing, tap the down arrow and select it.

Now you can tap the buttons to fill the water bubbler, add food to the bowl, or play with the toy. Once you do these things, it’s just a matter of waiting for a cat to appear in your notifications.

Tap on the notification when it appears and you’ll be brought to your collection of cats. Select any of the cats to rename them.

That’s all there is to the game! It’s a simple little background activity that will occasionally surprise you with a cat. Just make sure to keep the water and food full and play with the toy.

Google includes a hidden “Easter Egg” with every new version of Android. Android 11 has one of the more elaborate Easter eggs as it is actually a game that you can play. We’ll show you how to find it and play it.

The Android 11 Easter Egg game is a reboot of the game that came with Android 7.0 Nougat. It’s all about attracting and collecting virtual cats on your phone. The idea sounds strange, but it’s quite addicting.

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The first step is to find the Easter Egg and activate the game. On your Android 11 phone or tablet, swipe down from the top of the screen (once or twice, depending on the device manufacturer), then select the gear icon to open the Settings menu.

Next, scroll all the way down and tap on “About Phone”.

Select “Android Version” there.

At last, tap on “Android Version” repeatedly until you get to some sort of volume control.

This is the Android 11 Easter Egg, but it’s just the beginning. To start the cat collecting game, you have to turn the rotary button from 1 to 10 three times. The third attempt goes past 10 and shows the “11” logo.

After the “11” logo appears, you will see a cat emoji in a toast notification at the bottom of your screen. This means that the game has been activated.

The aim of the game is to collect cats. You do this by filling virtual water and food bowls and playing with cat toys. To begin, press and hold the physical “power” button on your phone or tablet. Tap the three-dot menu icon.

Next, choose “Add Controls” from the menu.

At the bottom of the screen, tap See Other Apps.

What we want here is “cat controls”.

Check the box for all three controls to add them to your power menu. Then tap on “Save”.

Back in the Power menu, if you don’t see Cat Control, tap the down arrow and select it.

Now you can tap the buttons to fill the soda maker, add food to the bowl, or play with the toy. Once you’ve done these things all that’s left to do is wait for a cat to appear on your notifications.

Tap the notification when it appears and you will be directed to your cat collection. Select one of the cats to rename it.

That’s all the game has to offer! It’s a simple little background activity that will surprise you with a cat on occasion. Just make sure the water and food are full and play with the toys.

Yes, Android usually comes with some kind of quirky Easter Egg. Do you really think Google, famed creator of the “ Doodle ,” the dinosaur game , and all sorts of other little oddities, would really pass up the chance to be silly in its mobile operating system? Pfft.

We’ve previously talked about Android 10’s hidden fun, so if you haven’t yet made the jump to Android 11—or can’t—at least you’ll have a very captivating little puzzle game to keep you busy. For the rest of you, let’s get started unearthing Android 11’s buried gems.

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Pull out your Android 11 device and launch its Settings app. Scroll down until you see “About phone,” and tap on that. Scroll down a bit more until you see “Android version,” and tap on that, and then start tapping on “Android version” in the subsequent screen. Go fast; if you tap slow, you’ll never launch the little Easter egg, which looks like this:

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What’s this, you ask? Why, it looks like a volume wheel. But it only goes to 10, and that’s boring. What you’ll want to do is shift the dial from its lowest value (“1″) to its highest value (“10″) back and forth three times. On the third time, you should be able to turn the dial to a new setting— “ 11,” which will also display a little cat icon on the bottom of your screen.

Next, hold your Android’s power button and tap on the “Device controls” option. You should now see a new option: “Cat Controls.” Tap it, and enable all three options. Yes, it’s getting weird:

You’ll now be able to feed, give water to, or play with virtual cats from your Android’s Power Menu. Once you’ve done all three, all you have to do is wait. New cats will now appear on your device whenever, and you’ll be alerted to their presence via your Notification Bar. Pull that down, tap on the cat, and you’ll add it to your collection.

That’s it. In Android 11, you collect cats. It’s a process you can’t rush, and a quirky little background activity that’s sure to make you smile every now and then. Keep feeding said virtual cats and playing with them, and you’ll fill out your collection in no time. Perhaps in Android 12 you can have a doggo or two.

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What is an Android Easter egg?

Since version 2.3 of the Android OS, an easter egg containing an animation has been hidden, only to be accessed through a series of processes. (These processes may be similar or different, depending on the Android version)

There have been many over the years, from interactive images to simple games. Below are three versions of the Android OS and steps to access each hidden easter egg on your device; have fun exploring!

Spoiler Alert: To skip the various steps below but experience all of Androids easter eggs via a third-party app, please click here!

How to Access Android 11’s Easter Eggs

STEP 1

1. Open Settings and tap on My Phone

2. Tap on Android Version to open a new menu and once more, repeatedly tap on Android Version

3. Turn the dial clockwise until reaches it’s maximum (Do this three times until you see the number ’11’ appear and a tiny pop up cat emoji at the bottom of the screen)

STEP 2

1. Tap on your Power Button for a while in an attempt to power it off

2. Tap on Device Controls to add Cat Controls (Water bubbler, Food bowl, and a Toy)

3. To play, swipe across the water bubble to fill up, tap the food bowl, and the toy a couple of times to attract the virtual cat.

4. Once you are done, exist and wait patiently. In due course, you would receive a notification to say a cat has arrived with its own cat number. (You can rename these numbers to your preference)

Andriod 10

How to Access Android 10’s Easter Eggs

1. Open Settings and tap on My Phone

2. Click on the Android version to open the menu, and once more repeatedly tap on the Android version until the Android 10 logo appears.

3. These elements can all be dragged around the page, and if tapped, rotate. (To achieve this, double-tap and hold, to spin the elements)

4. Rotate and drag the 1 into the 0 to make the Q logo as shown above (When it’s in the right place it will snap into position)

5. Tap on the Q logo a few more times and you’ll open the nonogram game.

Note: A nonogram is a game where you fill in squares on a grid based on the guide to the side. If it doesn’t fit your screen, rotate your phone to see both axes. (The nonogram drawn would reveal Android-related images and icons)

Android 9

How to Access Android 9’s Easter Eggs 

1. Open Settings > System > About Phone > Android Version and triple tap on the Android Version.

2. An easter egg “P” would appear, usually, with brightly concentric colored circles disappearing into the “P”. (Rotating the phone or going back and forth, would make it flash and change colors. The animation can be pinched to zoom)

With every version bump, Android gets a new Easter egg that can be accessed by tapping the “Android version” entry in Settings. For the most part, these have generally been little animations or live wallpapers that depict the Android code name, but starting with version 5.0 Lollipop, things got a bit more interesting.

With Lollipop and Marshmallow, the Android version Easter egg was turned into a Flappy Bird-clone mini game. On the surface, you’d think this was all good news, but the game is so frustratingly difficult that it makes you want to throw your phone out of the window.

Well, developer Avinaba Dalal discovered a simple cheat that will make Android’s Easter egg mini game actually playable, so you might want to give it a second chance. The cheat works by slowing down animations, and it only takes a few seconds, so I’ll show you how to do it below.

Step 1: Enable Developer Options

To access the animation settings that will make the Easter egg game actually playable, you’ll need to enable Android’s hidden Developer options menu first. It’s a simple process—just head to About phone in Settings and tap the “Build number” entry 7 times. We’ve outlined it in more detail at this link, just in case you need more help.

Step 2: Set Animator Duration Scale to 10X

Next, head to your phone or tablet’s main Settings menu and tap the Developer options entry. From here, scroll down a bit and select the “Animator duration scale” option, then set it to 10x. At this point, you’ll just need to turn your screen off and back on to make the new animation settings take effect.

Once you unlock your device, you’ll notice things are moving a little slower, like opening the app drawer.

Step 3: Play the Easter Egg Game

Now you’re ready to play the Easter egg mini game without wanting to punch somebody, so head to the About phone menu in Settings, then tap the Android version entry several times rapidly. From here, tap the screen a few more times, then long-press the logo that pops up to launch the game.

With the animations slowed down, the obstacles that used to pop up all too fast will now leisurely glide onto the screen, meaning they’re a lot easier to avoid. In the future, if you’d like to revert to the old settings, change the Animator duration scale to 1x, then turn your screen on and off.

If you find things a little too easy now, try changing the duration scale to 5x, then give the game another try.

What’s your high score on the Easter egg mini game now? Let us know in the comment section below, or drop us a line on Android Hacks’ Facebook or Twitter, or Gadget Hacks’ Facebook, Google+, or Twitter.

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Easter eggs are always fun to find and play around with. There is a surfing game in Microsoft Edge you might not know about. Here’s how to play it.

Update: 5/26/2020

This game is now officially available if you’re running the stable version (83.0.478.37) of Microsoft Edge. Getting there is the same, simply launch the browser and type: edge://surf into the address bar and hit Enter to start playing.

Easter eggs are hidden gems (usually games) that developers sneak inside various projects. Every year, Android developers sneak a game into the mobile OS, for example. And there are multiple Easter eggs for Google Chrome and Google itself – remember doing a barrel roll?

Since the new Edge is built on Chromium, the same code as Chrome, you can expect different types of Easter Eggs to pop up in it, too.

The only caveat here is you will need to be running the Beta, Dev, or Canary build of Microsoft Edge. At the time of this writing, it’s not available in either the Stable version. Still, if you want to check it out you can. And downloading another version of Edge doesn’t mess with your current build.

Let’s Surf Easter Egg Game on Microsoft Edge

To get started, head to the Microsoft Edge download site and install either the Canary, Beta, or Dev version of Edge.

Once you have one of those versions installed type the following into the address bar and hit Enter:

That will bring up the game where you simply pick a surfer character. It also displays the controls for the game. You move right and left using the arrow keys and the Spacebar to start surfing.

There you go! Now it’s time to hit those monster waves without running into obstacles and flipping your board. You’ll find other surfers on the waves as you race down the screen.

Giant octopuses also pop up and chase after you while riding the waves. You get three lives per race and need to hit the Spacebar to restart the game.

This isn’t a super complex game by any means. But it is a fun time-waster if you need to take a moment out of your busy day to have a bit of fun.

Google hides a lot of unique and interesting Easter Eggs into its products. Here is one of the most often overlooked hidden games in Chrome that you may not know about.

Google loves to pack hidden Easter Eggs into all of its products. Each version of Android has a different hidden game or other offerings. For example, You can play the hidden Flappy Bird game in Android 6.0 and Android Pie has a hidden trippy P logo you can launch. Google adds Easter eggs to its Chrome web browser, too.

Years ago, the company added the infamous make Google do a barrel roll trick. And there is the interesting hidden text adventure game you can launch via the browser. Today we’ll take a look at an often overlooked hidden game you may not know about. It’s the “Dinosaur game” and appears when you try to visit a site while disconnected from the Internet.

Unlock Hidden “Dino Game” in Google Chrome

Well, you don’t need to disconnect yourself from the Internet just to play the hidden game. Instead, launch Chrome and type: chrome://dino into the address bar and hit Enter. You will see a graphic of a T-Rex as well as a “No internet” error message.

You’ve probably seen this screen hundreds of times and just assumed it’s an error message. But there’s a hidden game here.

To start playing it you need to hit the Spacebar. That will start the side scroller where you need to jump over cactuses and duck under flying pterodactyls. You can jump using the Spacebar or Up Arrow key or duck by pressing the Down Arrow key.

Note that this works with the mobile version of Chrome on your smartphone, too. You make the dinosaur jump by tapping on the display. I only played it long enough on mobile to encounter cactus obstacles and nothing flying, but if you play long enough you might find more.

Just like in video games, movies, and other digital media there are many Easter Eggs hidden in all sorts of tech products. Some are actually fun while others are just interesting to show friends and coworkers. For more, check out these 11 tech Easter Eggs you might not know about.

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You have to rotate the phone to see the numbers on the left.

While it’s nothing too crazy, it’s certainly fun.

Sometimes they are called picross or griddlers.

The android 10 hosts a nonogram logic puzzle game.

The easter egg puzzle in android 10 is basically a nonogram.

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Flappy Bird Mania may be so last year, but that shouldn’t stop you from wasting perfectly good time on it! If you own a phone running Android Lollipop, you don’t need to download anything—you already have a Flappy Bird clone tucked away on your device. Here’s how to get to it.

Unlock your device and hop on over to the Settings app, then scroll all the way down and tap About phone. Next, tap the Android version listing. and keep tapping. Eventually, the Settings app will slide out of the way and will be replaced by an onscreen lollipop (because it’s Android Lollipop. Get it?).

Tap and hold the lollipop a few times, and eventually, a Flappy Bird-like game appears

Now, tap the lollipop and hold your finger down for a second or two, and repeat this process a few times. Eventually, your phone will give you a little bit of haptic feedback, the lollipop will slide out of the way, and you’ll get a fully playable game of Flappy. Android?

Tap the screen to start a new game, then keep tapping to try and navigate your Android through a series of lollipop-styled gates. Eventually, you’ll score a point or two. Maybe. Or you’ll continually crash before you clear the first gate. But you’ll keep playing because it’s frickin’ addictive. You’re welcome.

Nick is a freelance contributor and a former editor for TechHive and PCWorld. He likes puns and the color yellow.

Google loves to pack hidden Easter Eggs into all of its products. Each version of Android has a different hidden game or other offerings. For example, You can play the hidden Flappy Bird game in Android 6.0 and Android Pie has a hidden trippy P logo you can launch. Google adds Easter eggs to its Chrome web browser, too.

Years ago, the company added the infamous make Google do a barrel roll trick. And there is the interesting hidden text adventure game you can launch via the browser. Today we’ll take a look at an often overlooked hidden game you may not know about. It’s the “Dinosaur game” and appears when you try to visit a site while disconnected from the Internet.

Unlock Hidden “Dino Game” in Google Chrome

Well, you don’t need to disconnect yourself from the Internet just to play the hidden game. Instead, launch Chrome and type: chrome://dino into the address bar and hit Enter. You will see a graphic of a T-Rex as well as a “No internet” error message.

You’ve probably seen this screen hundreds of times and just assumed it’s an error message. But there’s a hidden game here.

To start playing it you need to hit the Spacebar. That will start the side scroller where you need to jump over cactuses and duck under flying pterodactyls. You can jump using the Spacebar or Up Arrow key or duck by pressing the Down Arrow key.

Note that this works with the mobile version of Chrome on your smartphone, too. You make the dinosaur jump by tapping on the display. I only played it long enough on mobile to encounter cactus obstacles and nothing flying, but if you play long enough you might find more.

Just like in video games, movies, and other digital media there are many Easter Eggs hidden in all sorts of tech products. Some are actually fun while others are just interesting to show friends and coworkers.

Hidden gems from Android Gingerbread,Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat and Google Now

When we’re not talking about the chocolate version, Easter Eggs refer to surprise content that can be hidden in a video game, DVD menu, website, app or even movie credits. Easter Eggs usually include games, video clips, animations and jokes.

Google is one company that particularly likes these hidden gems – there are lots of funny phrases you can type into its search engine and it also puts on a pretty good April Fool’s joke every year.

So it’s no surprise that the internet giant has hidden Easter Eggs in each new edition of the Google Android mobile operating system for smartphones and tablets.

Here’s a list of the current Easter Eggs available on Android, starting from Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) all the way to Android 4.4 (KitKat):

Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) – Zombie Androidpocalypse

Are you scared yet? No? Well you should be. To access this rather creepy masterpiece, all you have to do is pick up any Android phone running Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), go to Settings > About Phone, scroll to the bottom of the menu and tap “Android Version” twice.

Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) – Tron: Legacy Bee

Fans of the Jeff Bridges’ sci-fi film Tron will enjoy this Easter Egg, which acknowledges the similarities between the user interface of Android 3 (Honeycomb) and the design style used in the 2010 film, Tron: Legacy – which includes a lot of black with electric blue highlights.

To access this Easter egg, you will need a tablet running Android 3. Go to Settings > About and a picture of a bee with a speech bubble saying “REZZZZZZZ. ” will take over your screen. In Tron, “rezzing” means to create, while “de-rezzing” means to destroy.

Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) – Nyandroid

If you know your memes, you should be familiar with illustrator Chris Torres’ creation Nyan Cat, a popular 8-bit animated gif of a cat wearing the body of a cherry pop tart flying through outer space with a trail of rainbows behind it.

In homage to the character, Google has created “Nyandroid”. To access it, pick up any Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) smartphone or tablet, go to Settings > About and keep tapping on the Android version number repeatedly until the Nyandroid appears.

To access the animation, press and hold your finger over the Nyandroid character until the animation of flying Nyandroids is activated.

Android 4.1 – 4.3 (Jelly Bean) – Jelly Bean Mini-Game

Like Jelly Beans? Google have included a mini-game for you to play with on any device running any version of Android known as Jelly Bean (versions 4.1, 4.2 or 4.3).

Go to Settings > About and keep tapping on the Android version number until a picture of a large red jelly bean character appears. As with the Nyandroid above, press and hold the jelly bean until the mini-game appears on the screen.

Just a warning – the game plays in never-ending mode.

Android 4.4 (KitKat) – KitKat Magic Tiles

To access the Easter Egg on Android 4.4 (KitKat), the latest version of the mobile OS, go to Settings > About and tap on the Android version number once again.

The new Android logo made using the KitKat chocolate branding will appear, and if you hold down on the image, a large Windows Phone-style page appears with tiles of previous Android mascots that you can move around.

Android 4.1 and above – Dr Who Google Now

Introduced with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), Google Now is an intelligent virtual personal assistant similar to Apple’s Siri that is available within the Google Search app for both Android and iOS. As the video above from Phandroid, if you ask Google Now the question, “When am I?”, you will receive an answer that pays homage to Dr Who.

This hidden Easter egg game inside Google’s app doesn’t need an internet connection to play

Want to kill time but don’t have internet data remaining on your phone? Well, Google has a new fun hidden game inside its mobile app. The best thing is you can play this game even without a mobile data connection.

Google has hidden an unexpected Easter egg mini-game that has a cute little cloud character inside its main app. This hidden game is more like a game of Flappy Bird that you can play anytime, reports Android Police who were the first to spot it.

In order to play this game, ensure that you either don’t have any mobile internet data or the Wi-Fi and mobile data connection on your phone is shut down. It is best to play this game without any data connection.

Once the data is offline, perform a search for any topic from the Google app or any one of its related widgets. You will notice a new animation along with a photo of the cloud character of the game provoking you to tap to play. Once you click the cloud, you become in charge of a cute cloud, with hands and feet, holding a yellow umbrella.

As the cloud, you need to do is keep floating in the sky while trying to avoid obstacles like incoming evil birds, evil dark thunder clouds, and other cute little characters.

The game is available on any version of the Google app above v9.46.6.21 (click here) or the latest beta v9.51.7 from APK Mirror

In old-school Konami fashion, there’s an Easter egg lurking inside your Samsung Galaxy S3, and I’m not talking about gingerbread men, robots, or jelly beans. In fact, it’s actually an achievement, like those you would unlock in Black Ops on your Xbox 360, and it’s pretty easy to find.

What Are Easter Eggs?

Easter eggs in the tech world are hidden messages, games, or photos that can be found and accessed by entering in some type of undocumented code or input. Developers get bored sometimes, and sometimes they just want to have fun with their users, so they bake in some of these little goodies hoping that someone will find them.

While some people spend hours trying out different things in hopes of finding a secret Easter egg, people like me wait for someone else to do all the hard work, then just take that info and do it ourselves. Like this achievement discovered by redittor samtate (with a little help from Ron Amadeo).

How to Find the Hidden Easter Egg

It’s actually not just on the GS3, but in Google’s gaming app available for any Android device, which helps you track your achievements in other games in Google Play, just like Game Center does in iOS (only better).

Step 1: Get Google Play Games

Download the Google Play Games app from the Play Store.

Step 2: Play Now

When it’s finished installing, open it up and select the Play Now option.

Step 3: Swipe the Code

On the next screen, you’ll need to enter in some of the classic Konami code. So, use your finger and swipe the screen in the following directions:

  • UP, UP, DOWN, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT

Step 4: Push the Rest of the Code

If gestured correctly, a small game controller screen will pop up. When you see this, tap:

  • B, A, Play (green button)

Step 5: Achievement Unlocked

If you followed those steps correctly, you should see a small achievement banner come up with a message congratulating you that the All your game are belong to us achievement has been unlocked.

The achievement doesn’t actually do anything, but it’s still pretty fun to unlock. For other Easter eggs hidden on Android, check out the BeanFlinger daydream in Jelly Bean 4.2 and the classic Gingerbread Man and Droid in 2.3.

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With every new Android update, comes a new variant of a hidden easter egg. The trend that started with Android 2.3 Gingerbread has slowly upscaled the charts of being among the most anticipated feature. It is no hidden fact that the Android 5.0 Lollipop’s easter egg was probably the best one to date. Called the Flappy Droid (due to its similarity with the Flappy Bird game), it got further revamped in Android 6.0 Marshmallow. And much to my surprise, I found out that it is present inside the Android 9.0 Pie as well. Just do a little bit of digging and you could unlock the Hidden Flappy Droid game in Android 9.0 Pie. OnePlus users have even more to cheer about as they could unlock the hidden Fnatic mode easter egg on their devices as well.

How to Unlock the Hidden Flappy Droid Game

To unlock the hidden Flappy Droid game on your Android 9.0 devices, you will have to access the Activities section. You probably cannot enable this section while using a stock launcher. Among the custom launchers, we tried the Nova Launcher, and as before, it didn’t disappoint. So, download the Nova Launcher right away and then follow the below instructions.

  1. Install the Nova Launcher on your Android 9.0 Pie devices.
  2. You may then chose to restore from a previous backup (Nova Backup) or start as a new one (Start fresh).
  3. Once done with the initial setup, long press on the screen till you see the Widgets option. Tap on it.
  4. Next, select Activities shortcut from the list.
  5. Now you need to scroll all the way upto the bottom until you find the System UI option.
  6. Tap on the System UI and select the Marshmallow Land.
  7. A new widget by the same name will be created on your screen. Click on it to open the hidden Flappy Droid game.
  8. Now click the play icon to start the game or tap the plus sign present at the top to add more of the Android robots. You could add a maximum of six robots.

Eagle-eyed users did you noticed something while selecting Marshmallow Land. Yes, there was a Dessert Case option present. For the unaware, it is the same easter egg that came with the Android 4.4 KitKat version. Go try it out and bring back your old memories.

With this, we conclude our tutorial on how to unlock the hidden Flappy Droid game in Android 9.0 Pie. Do let us know your high scores in the comments section below. Just like Android, Google Chrome has a hidden dinosaur game that you can unlock and play.

Hidden Google Easter Eggs You Should See in 2022

OK… Easter has passed and we’ll all have to wait until next year to watch our kids and grandkids hunt for hidden Easter eggs. But did you know there’s another kind of Easter egg you can hunt year around? In the world of computers, an Easter egg is “an unexpected or undocumented feature in a piece of computer software or on a DVD, included as a joke or a bonus.”

Google has a lot of Easter eggs… some you may know but we’re betting there are quite a few you don’t know about so we’re featuring a webpage today where you’ll 18 Google Easter eggs to try.

First, we’ll let you read this bit of intro from the webpage we’re featuring today…

To get a clear concept of Google Easter egg, you must have noticed Google doodles; the customized logo that Google uses when there is a special occasion. The occasion may be an international occasion or celebration, sometimes it may be an event about a specific country, but the intention is to let you know Google is aware of such event/occasion and supports it. The same thing goes for Google Easter egg, but instead, Google Easter presents you with a unique effect/animation when you use some secret Google search queries. The Google Easter egg might be more than an animation to amuse you; sometimes, it might be a tool or a game. The secret search queries won’t be a secret anymore if you read further in this article.

One of the trending eggs is the Thanos Google Easter egg. Google released this egg to commemorate one of the most popular Marvel movie ever; Avengers Infinity War. Here is how to find it; search for the keyword “Thanos” with Google. On the search result page, you will find a gauntlet at the upper-right section of the page; the gauntlet was worn by Thanos, the main villain in Infinity War and Endgame. To be sure, the gauntlet is located beside the share button, click the gauntlet, and see the magic happen. The gauntlet will grip or snap two fingers, and half of the result will be erased in dust-style animation, music, and effects, just like it happened in the infinity war movie.

Now for some examples…

If you are a musician and would love to use a Metronome to control your tempo, then this Google Metronome is for you. A metronome is a musical studio instrument that emits short click sound at the configured interval. The interval clicks reflect the tempo rate. So next time you are playing a musical instrument or composing a song, Google the keyword ‘Metronome’ and you will have it at the top of the search result.

Zerg rush

Zerg is an exciting game that comes in the form of Google Easter egg. When you search the keyword ‘Zerg rush’ with Google, a group of O alphabets will attack your search result and make them vanish. However, you can defend your results by clicking the O alphabets, you have defeated them when they disappear. The game ends when you have successfully defeated all the alphabets, or they succeed in destroying all your search results.

NOTE: You must go to www.google.com and search ‘zerg rush” (exactly like that) and click on “I’m feeling lucky” to find this Easter egg. If you don’t follow those instructions you’ll be frustrated 🙂

While Google is boasting of one of the best web interfaces today, it also has a humble beginning, and it is a bit hilarious. Search the keyword ‘Google in 1998’ and you will be taken back to how Google used to look back in 1998. Don’t share this with your friends. You will be embarrassing Google.

Google gravity

On this planet, everything that goes up must come down, provided no other force is holding it up there. You can make your search result obey the law of gravity; everything piled on top of each other. Navigate to https://www.google.com and type ‘Google gravity’ in the search box, tap the I’m feeling lucky button. Watch everything on the page crumble to the bottom of the page. Other keywords provide other effects, try each of the following keywords and see what the effect look like:

Blink HTML

This Google Easter egg does exactly what its title says; it blinks every ‘blink’, ‘blinking’ and ‘Html’ texts on the result page. Search ‘blink Html’ and you will see the blinking texts.

To see all 18 of these Google Easter eggs, visit this page – it’s a Cloudeight webpage pick. And we think you’ll have a lot of fun with it!

There are other Easter eggs too. Here are just a couple…

Color Picker

Type COLOR PICKER into the Google search box and press Enter…

Google released six beta versions of Android Q without officially updating the Easter Egg. It wasn’t until September 3 when the final version landed that we finally got a look at the Android 10 Easter Egg running on a Pixel device.

Instead of moving circles with psychedelic colors, the Android 10 Easter Egg takes you to a page with “Android 10” spelled out. You’re free to move around the logo and numbers as you see fit. However, arranging the numbers so they look like the “Q” logo and then tapping the screen a few times takes you to a grid of squares.

The grid of squares is a modified version of a Picross puzzle. Solving the puzzle reveals different Android system icons, such as the volume up icon. We haven’t fully messed around with the puzzle yet, so you might see other icons. That said, this is a great Easter Egg that stimulates the brain a bit.

The Easter Egg also adheres to your device’s theme. That means you can play around with the Easter Egg in a light or dark theme.

Check out the light theme version of the Android 10 Easter Egg below:

If you want to activate the Android 10 Easter Egg on your own device (running Android 10, of course), here’s a step-by-step guide:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Tap on About phone.
  3. Tap on Android version.
  4. Repeatedly tap on Android version until the Easter Egg pops up.