Originally Posted by akhan47
Haven't seen this anywhere but I thought I'd start a thread listing the Google Now easter eggs people come across. I don't know how long these have been around but here are the ones I've tried so far:
Instead of "OK Google
" you can use "Hey Google", "OK Computer" or "OK Jarvis".
saying "Make me a sandwich
" - responds "What? Make it yourself"
saying "Beam me up Scotty
" - responds "I cannot do it captain, I don't have the power" (in a terrible Scottish accent)
saying "When am I
?" - responds "The present, of course. Tardis functionality is still under development, sorry."
saying "How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
" - responds "A woodchuck would chuck all the wood he could if a woodchuck could chuck wood."
saying "Do a barrel roll
" - makes the search results page roll
If I'm missing any please inform so I can add them
wonder if it responds to "HAL"
edit: i have android 4.2 (my nexus is in transit, can't wait) and i think the make ma a sandwhich answer is better. i asked it and it's repsonce was "pffft you're a sandwhich"
edit 2: doesn't look like the op is updating the original post..
a few more that appear later burried in the thread are
"lions and tigers and bears?" - "oh my!"
"how can entropy be reversed?" - "insufficient data for meaningful answer."
"up up down down left right left right" - "cheat mode unlocked! unlimited free google searches!"
(in engilsh uk language) "tea, earl greay, hot." - "sorry, this is not a replicator. support for the hyper text coffee pot protocol is still in beta."
"what is the best smart phone?" - "you will have to decide for your self" or "no one phone is right for everyone"
most others are either the normal features of google now, or a random coincidence. i don't know what the algorith is for guessing the words you say but if everything is clear the search will open on the "g" of google. so any "g" word will work in place of google. many words that start with c or k or j such as computer or K.I.T.T. (like night rider) or jarvis may also work intermitently because depending on the speaker they can osund similar to a g but i don't believe it's ever an easter egg but more an ironic coincidence.