Google started using Doodles on their search pages for some fun I guess. But this fun started to become, a tradition of sorts and many times while on Google we wonder what is next?
Amongst all the Google Doodles there are a few which are my favorite ones. Like the one below from 2007 celebrating the 60th Independence day. I wish there was a way to get these doodles back on when I visit Google.com with my browser. Unfortunately the doodle comes with an expiry date as it is supposed to only celebrate something special on that particular day.
Favourite Doodle on Chrome
- Favourite Doodle is a nice littler extension for Chrome. Just check out the link for it and install it.
- Now when you visit Google.com, you can automatically click on the doodle itself to browser through a gallery of doodles from the past.
- I liked that it was a comprehensive list. I could check all the Doodles from the past and found one I liked, as you can see in the image. Independence day for me is everyday I guess.
Favourite Doodle on Firefox
If you are using Firefox browser along with Chrome like I do, then to get my favorite doodle I needed a Grease Monkey script to be downloaded. Just download it from code.google.com. For using this, you will need GreaseMonkey installed on your Firefox browser. Look it up at our GreaseMonkey how to guide.
Keep your favorite doodle as default on Google search. Do drop in your comments and views with any similar tools and extensions you might know about.