[center]Google's new April Fools' Day gag asks you to share Chrome selfies in reaction to the websites you visit[/center]
Google’s April Fools jokes are far superior than most others in tech and its latest is no exception. After turning Google Maps into a PAC-MAN ground, Google now wants you to share your reactions to the websites you visit on its mobile Chrome browser through a selfie.
A new button that’s appeared in Chrome mobile today for users in timezones where it’s already April 1 allows you to take a selfie as a reaction to any site.
Clicking the bar at the bottom or in the Chrome menu offers the selfie mode which splits the screen with your camera and takes a screenshot.
From there, you’re able to share your reaction to the social network of your choice with the hashtag #ChromeSelfie. People love selfies.
A prank or not, ChromeSelfie has the potential to go viral on the Fools' Day. My suggestion- just be mindful of the websites you visit today.