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Google Chrome’s Easter egg surprises you when 100 tabs are opened

BGR India Monday, 20 March 2017
Google has a new Easter egg hidden in its Chrome app. This Easter egg will be visible to people who have the habit of opening up multiple tabs on Google Chrome app. ‘Multiple’ here translates to as many as 100 tabs opened on Google Chrome app. Once you’ve opened 100 tabs on your Google Chrome app, the icon where the number is shown will be turned into a smiley. The Easter egg on Android’s Chrome app is the classic smiley face on iOS, and on Android it’s the grin smiley – :D. Discovered by Marques Brownlee, and shared on Twitter, the Easter egg is visible on incognito mode as well. Soon after, people started noticing the same smiley Easter egg
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