Baby Yoda Is An Android IOS Easter Egg For Messing With Google Search

Both Android and iOS users can enjoy the latest Google Easter egg, found on the Google Search app. Open the app and search for “The Mandalorian” or Grogu. The latter, of course, is the Baby Yoda character on the Star Wars-based show that has been a hit for the Disney+ streaming video app. When the search results appear, look at the bottom right of the screen, and you’ll see Baby Yoda looking up at the search results.

Baby Yoda causes a horizontal image carousel

Once you see a blue arrow above Grogu, tap on the character. Using the Force, Baby Yoda causes the horizontal image carousel containing a preview of “The Mandalorian” to fall to the ground. Very good! What a power Grugu has for a child. The Force is definitely stronger with this. And when the blue arrow appears again, tap Grogu again, and this time the rest of the search results drop-down.

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Easter egg not only two major mobile platforms

And this Easter egg won’t only work on the two major mobile platforms. Sorry. Huawei users, the third largest mobile operating system has shut down, but it will also work on your desktop computer. Last month we told you about the Android 13 Easter Egg. This hidden treasure is only for Android users. Go to Settings > About phone > Android version. This takes you to the About phone screen. Tap “Android Version” until an analog clock appears on the display.

The Baby Yoda Easter Egg Is Pretty Cool

Yep, for you Star Wars fans, the Baby Yoda Easter Egg is pretty cool. And speaking of Grogu, season three of “The Mandalorian” is now available on Disney+. If you don’t have Disney+ on your phone and you’re not the governor of Florida, you can install it on your iPhone by tapping this link. Android users can download the app by holding a finger, usually attached to the hand, to press this link. New customers can get a free seven-day trial of the service.

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