If you noticed a small flower growing out of your Google Pixel’s search bar on the home screen, that’s because Google is bringing its Google Doodles — animations on the Google logo for special events — to the Pixel’s home screen search box. It’s not the first time Google has experimented with displaying its Doodles in places other than the homepage, either: it recently displayed Doodles in the Discover feed as well.
The first Google Doodle debuted in 1998 in honor of the Burning Man festival. Now, the first Google Doodle to be displayed on your Pixel’s search bar represents the official start of spring, which is today, March 20th. The Doodle is a stylized version of Google’s “G” logo, with a brief animation of a flower emerging from it….
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