Happy birthday google 2020: Google is celebrating its 22nd birthday today, know-how today’s Google Doodle

Happy birthday google 2020: Google is celebrating its 22nd birthday today, know-how today’s Google Doodle

Happy birthday google 2020: Google is celebrating its 22nd birthday today, know-how today's Google Doodle

Hello friends, Google is celebrating its 22nd birthday on 27 September. However, Google was launched on 4 September 1998. The Google Doodle is made to resemble the birthday celebrations of the 90s. Every year on the special occasion of Google’s birthday, the company makes a special doodle and this time also the company has made a video doodle, which is very spectacular.

 

On this special occasion of Google’s birthday, the search giant has made a special doodle on its homepage. Clicking on this colorful and colorful doodle will redirect to the search result page for Google. This Google Doodle can also be shared through Facebook, Twitter, and Email. A copy button has been given on Google Doodle. So that it can be shared easily anywhere.

Know what is the history of Google:

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Google search engine was founded in the year 1988. It was founded by two Ph.D. students, Larry Page, and Sergey Brin, of Stanford University, California. Sergey Brin named it “Backrub” before Google’s official launch.

 

Let us tell you that in the year 2002, the word Google was chosen as the most useful word by the American Dialect Society. After 4 years, the word was added to the Oxford English Dictionary and now the whole world knows it as Google. It is designed to share all kinds of information around the world.

Google's parent company Alphabet is:

Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. is. Google pays greetings and tributes through Google Doodle in memory of every big occasion and great personalities. Today Google Doodle made on Google’s 22nd birthday is also special. In this, the letter G is made like a birthday hat. Which is animated. It is peeping into a laptop, surrounded by a gift box, a cake, and candy. The remaining 4 letters are shown in a window.

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