Find what you need. Get info, ideas and inspiration on the go. The Google app can help you plan your next evening out (or in), with the perfect dinner, the right movie, and much more.

If that doesn't work, it will attempt to use the Google loader API. This should work in any browser but appears to be based on the user's IP address, so accuracy is pretty hit and miss (if it works at all). Finally, the location will be guessed based on the user's locale. If you're using Chrome, right-clicking on a picture will also give you an option to "Search Google for this image." So next time you see an adorable dress on Pinterest with no credit information, use Google to track it down. Address finder. Looking up an address based on location is easy using this address finder. You can also enter a location name like the White House, or the Empire State Building to find its street address. Feb 03, 2014 · "When am I?" It's pretty fun to see the Google Now easter eggs Google makes for us. 19 OK Google - Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right - Duration: 0:26. Flop Sock Recommended for you. Google now processes over 40,000 search queries every second on average (visualize them here), which translates to over 3.5 billion searches per day and 1.2 trillion searches per year worldwide. The chart below shows the number of searches per year throughout Google's history:

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And right now, it's essentially just a pointless placeholder on Chrome -- a big Google logo followed by a set of thumbnails showing some sites you've visited recently.