Google Doodle – New Year’s Eve 2014
2014 Trending Topics
Google relived the best moments of past year by displaying on New Year’s Eve 2014 an animated doodle on its homepage featuring 2014 trending topics.
Doodle posted by Google on New Year’s Eve 2014:
Google described it on it’s doodle page:
Farewell, 2014! We’re celebrating the last day of the year with an animated recap of some of this year’s top trending searches, including the 2014 World Cup, the Philae robotic lander, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and Flappy Bird, with a shout-out to the Mars Orbiter Mission. Happy new year!
Thanks to guest collaborator Cindy Suen!
The 2014 trending topics doodle starts with a colourful crayon-like image of Google’s logo. The animated doodle features some of the year’s top-trending stories including the FIFA World Cup 2014, the ESA’s Rosetta space mission which involved the probe Philae landing on a comet, India’s Mars Orbiter mission, and Flappy Bird, the smartphone game that went viral in 2014.
Also featured in the Doodle is the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which saw people across the world chucking cold water over themselves in order to raise awareness of Lou Gehrig’s Disease – known as motor neurone disease in the UK.
Clicking on the doodle shows “What did the world search for in 2014?”
Google search results reveals 2014 trending topics in your region.
The trending topics in India were shown to be:
- Elections 2014
- FIFA 2014
- iPhone 6
- GATE 2015
- Narendra Modi
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Happy New Year
Over the years, doodles on the Google homepage have made searching on Google more fun and enjoyable for its users worldwide. When doodles were first created, nobody had anticipated how popular and integral they would become to the Google search experience. Nowadays, many users excitedly anticipate the release of each new doodle and some even collect them!
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