Google search engine help and tips. Searching the Internet using Google, Google special features, image search, news search, and more.
#1: What is My IP Address?
Need to find your public IP address? It's just a Google search away.
#2: Automatically Open Results in a New Tab or Window
Save time browsing Google results by opening websites in a new tab or window, keeping the search results visible.
#3: Look for Stock Quotes and Charts
Search for stock quotes, charts, and related company news and information using the Google search engine.
#4: Google Talking Like Elmer Fudd
Make Google look like your favorite cartoon character wrote it.
#5: Reverse Phone Number Lookup Alternatives
A list of services you can use to attempt to reverse lookup a business or person by their phone number.
#6: View the Hottest Search Trends
View what Google considers to be the fastest rising search trends in the USA, complete with related photos and news articles.
#7: View Google Holiday Logos and Other Doodles
View the Doodles Google has placed at one time on their home page.
#8: Track Earthquake Epicenters Via a Google Search
Display the magnitudes and locations of recent earthquakes worldwide by performing a search with Google.
#9: Visualize Population, Unemployment, Health, Other Data
The Google Public Data Explorer offers ways to visualize huge amounts of data and present it on web pages.
#10: Display Weather Reports
Will it rain? Snow? Or are sunny days predicted? Display weather reports for the U.S. and selected cities around the world from within the Google search engine.
#11: Check Global Flu Trends
Use Google's technology to predict when the flu will spread in the USA and several countries around the world.
#12: Translate Web Pages, Text, or Documents Between 51 Languages
Translate web pages, blocks of text, and documents using the Google Translate tool.
#13: 10 Days in Google Books Game
Play the 10 Days in Google Books game from July 27 to August 5, 2009 for a chance to win a Sony Reader.
#14: What Time is it for a City, State, Country?
Quickly answer the question "what time is it?" for many cities via a Google Search.
#15: Display Population or Unemployment Rates for USA States or Counties
Google provides quick access to population and unemployment data for USA states and counties.
#16: Persian (Farsi) Translation - Alpha
Google has added an Alpha version of Persian (Farsi) support to Google Translate.
#17: View Related Pages
View pages Google deems to be related to your favorite website.
#18: Save Time, Open Results in a New Window
Save time researching Google search engine results by opening web pages in new browser windows.
#19: Localized Search
Find local area businesses with Google without resorting to your phone book.
#20: Google as a Calculator
Calculate mathematical functions or convert measurements using the Google search engine.
#21: Search For Books
Read excerpts of selected books with the Google search engine.
#22: Search for Pages Containing Specific Titles
Narrow your Google search down to pages containing specific title text.
#23: Feeling Lucky?
View Google's top-matching search result with the click of a button.
#24: Let Google Suggest Words to Help Your Queries
Google can suggest words that may save you typing when entering search queries.
#25: Searching the Internet with the Google Search Engine
Access the Google search engine to search the Internet.
#26: Define Words Using Multiple Dictionaries
Use Google's dictionary feature to find multiple definitions for a word.
#27: Search US Government and Military Websites
Research information in US government and military websites with Google.
#28: Ignore Words Can Clarify Searches
Google searches going astray? Consider using ignore, or stop, words.
#29: Perform Currency Conversion Queries
Convert between different monetary systems such as the dollar, euro, pound, and yen with Google.
#30: Area Code Search
Find out what city represents a particular area code with Google.
#31: Movie Reviews and Showtimes
Find out when a movie is playing at your local theater with Google.
#32: Search for one Word/Phrase OR Another
Use Google's OR operator to search for websites containing one of a selection of phrases.
#33: Search for Only Word or PDF Documents
Search for Word and Adobe documents with ease using Google.
#34: Synonym Search
Use Google's built-in dictionary to search for webpages containing synonyms to your search query.
#35: Use Quotes to Search for Phrases
Force Google to treat your search query as an exact phrase as it searches the Internet.
#36: Search for Pages in Specific Languages
Limit your Google searches to webpages in different languages.
#37: Igpay Atinlay (Pig Latin)
If Google is just too easy to understand in English, consider searching in Pig Latin.
#38: USA Airline Flight Information and Airport Weather
Find out if your airplane will arrive or depart on time using the Google search engine.
#39: Google for Star Trek Fans
Display Google's interface using your favorite science-fiction character.
#40: Restrict Searches to Schools, Colleges, and Scholarly Institutions
Remove commercial websites from your Google search results.
#41: Search for a Range of Numbers
Query Google for prices and items within a numerical range.
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