Google Celebrates American Independence Day with Doodle

Google is celebrating American Independence day, 4th of July with a special doodle. It’s a Google logo in blue red and white on its homepage along with American icons – Baseball, The Statue of Liberty, The Eagle and The golden gate bridge are embedded in the logo. This doodle isn’t as interactive as other doodles we’ve seen his year but it serves its purpose.

Google announced the Doodle via Twitter “From sea to shining sea, a very happy Fourth to everyone. Click on our homepage doodle for lots more July 4,”  using Twitter’s new photo-sharing tool. Google Doodle’s started in 1998 when Larry Page and Sergey Brin used the Google Burn doodle to announce they’ll be out of office and at the Burning Man festival. Now, Google has a team of designers dedicated to creating doodles in celebration of people, holidays and historic moments.

Happy 4th of July to our American readers!


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