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How to Do the Google Gravity Trick In Your Browser

Google Gravity is a fun feature hidden within the Google search engine, known as an “Easter Egg”. This is a simple trick that you can surprise your friends with. In this article, we will show you how you can enable Google Gravity in your browser in just a few steps.

How to Do the Google Gravity Trick

Google Gravity is a game strategy that makes the Google search page fun. Google Gravity works by using JavaScript to manipulate the elements of the Google search page. By following the steps below, you should be able to see elements of the Google homepage crash towards the bottom of the screen.

Open Your Browser: Launch your preferred web browser on your device. This trick doesn’t work on mobile devices, only works on your computer or laptop device.

Go to Google: Navigate to the Google homepage by typing “www.google.com” in the address bar

Search for Google Gravity: Type Google Gravity into your Google search bar and click the “I’m feeling lucky” button just below the search field. You will then be taken directly to the Gravity version of the Google search page.

When you visit the “Google Gravity” website, you’ll notice that page elements, including the Google logo and search bar, fall down to simulate gravity when you move the mouse.

If you don’t see the “I’m feeling lucky” button here, you can hit enter and click on the top search result to get here (Mr. Dub site).

How do you get Google zero gravity trick?

Launch your favorite web browser and enter the Google search engine homepage by typing “Google” in the search bar.

Search by typing “Google Zero Gravity” in the Google search bar. Click on the first result from the search results.

When you visit the “Google Zero Gravity” website, you’ll notice that elements of the page, including the Google logo and search bar, float as if there is no gravity. You can see them rotating using the mouse.

How to do Google Gravity trick on Chromebook?

To use the Google Gravity trick on your Chromebook, you can follow the steps below:

  • Launch the Google Chrome web browser on your Chromebook.
  • Type “Google Gravity” in the Google search bar and then click the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button below the search bar
  • Once the page loads, you’ll see various elements of the Google homepage, such as the search bar, buttons, and logo, falling down due to gravity.

It should be noted that the Google Gravity trick is only a visual effect meant to be an entertaining experiment.

FAQs

Why doesn’t the Google Gravity trick work on my browser?

Google Gravity can’t do the trick in your browser. If you have JavaScript disabled in your browser settings, the trick won’t work.

Can I perform the Google Gravity trick on my phone or tablet?

Unfortunately, the Google Gravity trick cannot be performed on phones or tablets. The trick is designed to work only on desktop or laptop computers.

Does Google Gravity work on all browsers?

Google Gravity Trick is mainly designed to work in modern web browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari. It may work in other browsers though.

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