Google wishes Merry Christmas to it’s users!
Yesterday, we wrote a post about the exactly same doodle and it just got better hence we are back to write yet another post on the same.
Like in the previous post we told you, in an image reminiscent of a Lite-Brite, Google spells out its logo with a snowflake, Santa Claus, a bell, snowman, candle, and a present.
The thing that has changed today is that when you first click on the logo, there will be six blinking lights below the Google name. Click them to dim the background lights and turn on the Christmas lights. Once all the images are lit up, they will begin to dance to “Jingle Bells.”
The image before you click on the doodle appears something like normal google just as yesterday.
Once you click on the colored boxes, the google letters convert into the above describes objects.
Once you have clicked on all the boxes, ‘jingle bells’ starts in the background while all the objects that occupy ‘google’ start dancing to the tune.
That’s pretty much about the change that we saw on the doodle, the difference between yesterday and today that is.
What google has in the store for the remaining seven days of the year, as far as google doodle is concerned remains to be seen. But whatever it will be we expect it to be pretty damn good.
Also on YouTube, users can click a new snowflake icon to “make it snow” atop the videos. The snowflakes will gather at the bottom of the screen, eventually obscuring your view, unless you click the snowflake again to clear it. To create your own customized snow scene, meanwhile, Snowify.melets users enter an address and create a personalized holiday card using Google Street View imagery and digital snow.