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How To Use Google Nose: April 1st 2013

Updated on June 4, 2013
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Google is always coming out with the newest innovations. As a quickly growing company they are always one step ahead of the other search engines. You may be wondering what is Google Nose? Or how do you use Google Nose? Over 100,000 are wondering the same thing, find the answers to your questions in this article.

What Is Google Nose?

Google nose is the newest addition to Google's search. Google has always been the best search engine for learning about whatever topic is on your mind. Now you can not only find out what something looks and sounds like: you can also find out what things smell like! Google is now implementing the sense of smell into its search engine. Have you always wondered what a field of flowers or baby's breathe smells like? Or maybe your interested in developing your sense of smell enough to be able to distinguish objects without sight. Google Nose can help you do that!

Right now, you may be excited, thinking that this is too good to be true. You may have even already come up with a list of things to search for and smell. I was quick to search for the smell of roses and campfires. Unfortunately, Google Nose is a joke! Happy April Fools. This clever joke was made by Google to entertain and make fools of its users. I admit, that I had to laugh when I realized how stupid I must look trying to sniff my computor screen at my desk. (luckily no one saw me). Google Nose is a great prank that's making a lot of us look like fools!

Try Google Nose

Step 1 : Go to https://www.google.com/intl/en/landing/nose/

Step 2 : Click "Try Google Nose Beta"

Step 3 : You will be directed back to search Select what you want to smell

Step 4 : Click Smell button

Step 5 : Transmitting scent will load

Step 6 : Bring your nose as close as you can to the screen and press Enter.

Enjoy! ;)

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How Can You Use Google Nose?

Use it to prank your friend's of course! Tell them about an exciting new feature on Google and get them hyped up about how cool it is. I would love to do this on someone in person, maybe even take a video of them trying to sniff the screen. Have fun with it! This harmless prank will definitely have your friends and family laughing.

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Best Prank Ever!

I, personally, love Google and their sense of humor! This is probably the best April Fool's day joke I have ever seen! I am looking forward to pranking my coworkers with it today :). Who will you use this prank on? Comment below and share your experiances and reactions to Google Nose. I look forward to hearing about it!

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      Chris Bruce 3 years ago

      What if Google really did it in the future that will be cool

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      Messi 3 years ago

      I got fooled so time to do it back(sweet revenge)

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      TANVIR 4 years ago

      I wish it was real . And its not good to make jokes of this type its like breaking someones hope

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      UnknownAuthor_ 4 years ago

      When i click the link it says watch the video -__- really...

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      Dani Norris 5 years ago from Virginia Beach

      I wish it was real! I was here at work, trying to sniff my computor screen XD. Im sure it will be real news one day! It would really taking learning to a whole new level. Thanks for commenting Swetankraj and Bouhenni.

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      Sarra BOUHENNI 5 years ago from Algeria

      Next year Open your mind well either of your nose :D

      but who know , it may be a real news one day.

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      Swetank Raj 5 years ago from India

      Ok, so i was too got fooled by it. I wish it was real, how cool it wood be!

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