- Tram Ho
Traditionally every year, April Fool’s Day will be an opportunity for manufacturers, as well as companies operating in the technology sector to “give their all” to give their fans shocking news. best, most hopeless expectations, then trample them with light reminding them that today is April 1. So even if you read any of the news today, remember one thing, don’t trust people like that!
But in the framework of this article, I promise that there will not be any tricks but just a comprehensive list of 6 great “tricks” that the technology giants have ever done, making fans ” disorient”.
Google with the “everything” cleanup tool
The search giant seems to be the most aggressive company in making relatively “quality” scams on April Fool’s Day. Since 2020 is a catastrophic year for the whole world, we go back a little bit back in time when a year earlier, Google launched a fully automatic device screen cleaning tool built into the app. Google Files. With advanced “AI” technology, the tool will somehow clean up all the existing stains on the user’s phone screen.
That’s not to mention that when the cleaning process is completed, this tool also coats the screen of the device with a “non-stick” layer to protect it from future dirt. Below is a video posted by Google describing the principle of this tool.
Google declared: “Clean the screen? Small thing!”
In the comment section of the video on YouTube, many users also complimented it by commenting on the authenticity of this feature, while others gave 5 stars! And other “naive” users have to download Google Files and go crazy when they can’t find anything called “Cleaning Tool” above.
Spotify with playlist on both “hegemony”
Instead of the algorithm to select songs from the artists you often enjoy and combine them into a playlist, Discocover Weekly is a real “trick” from Spotify. At first, users will think this is a spelling mistake, but that is not the case. Inside the playlist is a real cover of the songs that you often listen to, but under the background of Disco music “collapses”. Creativity and originality never seen, right?
How do you guys see the “Discocover” playlist?
Gaming brand HyperX and Nissin cup noodles – Headphones “cup noodles”?
This historic handshake gave birth to the most “monstrous” headset ever in the market up to now. The headphone structure consisted of 2 Nissin cup noodles, two earcups, advertised as the largest sound driver in the world at that time, along with the microphone part with integrated fork, which was able to remove to Eat noodles while waiting for the match.
Earphones “genuine” like this
Products are sold in extremely limited quantities on the HyperX website and quickly reported out of stock shortly.
Tinder – Height confirmation badge
If you are a “hit” addict, then you have probably fallen on your back because of your appointment either being surprisingly tall or severely “lacking in size” compared to your profile picture. To get around this issue, on April 1, 2019, Tinder announced the test of its “Height Verification” feature. Specifically, users will receive a “Standard Height” badge if they take a photo of themselves standing next to any building in the city, as long as it exists.
Honestly, how tall are you?
A Tinder representative stated: ” Once this feature is successfully tested, we will see a drop of up to 80% in the number of male customers over ‘7 feet tall.’ It’s okay to perjury the height, but ‘eel eel’ is not “.
Google again, but this time we’ll talk to … Tulips
This is considered the most creative joke that Google has ever made. In the introduction video of the Google Tulip project, the search giant clearly shows his ambition as well as the seriousness of communicating with nature, in this case, Tulips.
All those beautiful words will convince us if the time to post this introductory video is not April 1, 2019!
Source : Genk