Google is known to throw jokes on April Fool’s day. This year was no exception. One of the jokes from the Internet giant is the feature “selfie” which appears on the mobile browser Chrome.
Features selfie who pitched for fun is intended that Chrome users can “share the facial reactions on a website”.
Photographs selfie shots can then be shared via social media with the hashtag #ChromeSelfie. Some selfie shots Chrome users around the world are now gaining currency in Google+ with the hashtag.
Chrome style selfie can be accessed by selecting the pop-up reads “New: Share Your #ChromeSelfie” which appears at the bottom of the Chrome browser window.
Another way is by selecting the “Share a Reaction” from the menu “settings” in the Chrome browser applications.
The browser window will then separate into two parts. The upper side showing the site you are currently viewing, while the bottom half shows the user’s face captured through the front camera.
Pop-up Chrome selfie set to suddenly appear in the browser when the calendar turns into April 1st.
In addition to this impromptu selfie features, Google’s April Fool’s joke this year also includes a game Pac Man that appear in the Google Maps service.