Are you tired of the same old Google homepage? Sure, they change the logo each day but isn’t it time for something a bit different?
Now there is with a cheeky little trick called Google Gravity that brings the whole Google homepage crashing down.
Programmed by a guy named Ricardo Cabello, Google Gravity turns the standard Google homepage into a free-falling mess. The Google logo, search box and other buttons cascade to the base of the screen in a jumble where they can be dragged and thrown around wherever you want.
However, all of these features are still useable – although make a search and your search results will emerge from the top of the screen and fall downwards as if under the weight of gravity.
Watch Google Gravity in action:
Use Google Gravity yourself
There’s no such thing as a Google Gravity download, you simply need to follow the instructions below:
- Visit http://www.google.com/
- Make sure that Google Instant is off
- Type in Google Gravity into the search box
- Click on I’m Feeling Lucky button
- Move the mouse.
- Watch your Google homepage collapse!
Important - Google Gravity works best when using Google Chrome or Safari, but doesn’t work with Internet Explorer and only partially works with Firefox.
Google Gravity mayhem
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