Google will usher in a slightly different graffiti in 2021 this time. The feature of this search giant is an animated graffiti with a beeping cuckoo clock, waiting to end from midnight to the end of the year. The year 2020 is written on the bottom of the cuckoo clock, and its animation effect reflects the general hope that this year and its tragedy will end. Unless the second “O” is replaced by a bird house, the rest of Google’s letters are decorated with colorful string lights as a celebration.

The search giant described the New Year’s Eve graffiti as: “This is the year of cuckoo, but the clock for 2020 has passed. The countdown starts now, when the bell strikes to midnight, the new year will unfold.” Google in The graffiti at the end of 2020 reflects the urgent need to say goodbye to the year when the coronavirus is leading the world.

In addition, Google also released a party pop-up icon to celebrate the new year of Google search. The blue and yellow party pop-ups that appear when you type “New Year’s Eve” in Google’s search bar will release confetti, which fills the entire screen for a few seconds.

The search giant also hosted a virtual New Year’s party on YouTube called “Hello 2021 India”. It will premiere on YouTube on December 31 (US Standard Time) at 11 p.m. (US Standard Time) today and will be performed by celebrities such as actor Tiger Shroff, rapper Badshah and singer Jonita Gandhi. The virtual party will be hosted by comedian Zakir Khan.

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Last year, Google used “Froggy” in New Year’s Eve doodles. The animated frog is the same as the weather frog displayed when searching for the weather on the phone. On New Year’s Eve in 2018, there were animated doodles of two elephants “partying”.


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