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Google Nose – Smell Your Search


The search engine giant on Monday released the beta version of new feature called Google Nose which allows users to smell their search results from the computer. Google describe Nose as its new scentsation in search results.
Google Nose leverages to offer the sharpest olfactory knowledge allowing users to search for smells.
Users can search for variety of aromas from Google Nose. Just search the scent of your choice(flowers, pizza, ice cream or perfume) click the “smell” button and sniff away. This new feature also includes a SafeSearch to keep the users away from the unwanted smells. As per Google Nose landing page, the aroma program of the product has a 15 million scentibyte database of smells from around the world.

Below is the video which introduces Google Nose and how to use it to search for smells.

This idea of an artificial nose from Google to navigate the users by just using its sense of smell sounds really good. But this incredible feature does not exist in this world of computers because Google as usual, pranked its users on April fool’s day by quietly announcing Google Nose which can help users to search for smell.
Have you been fooled by this Google’s prank on April fool’s day?

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