Have you ever gotten tired of the plain, boring, bland Google Search page? Doesn’t blue on white get old after a while? If so, then check out Google Colors: it spruces up Google with 5 different color combinations. You’ll never want to use the plain old Google again.
Below are five different links taking you to a whole new Google Search experience. Remember, same great Google Results and layout, just with a bit of style.
Google Chocolate is a light-on-dark spin to the traditional Google. This is perfect for those that prefer light text on a dark background, myself included. Never endure an eye-burning bright background again.
Google Waves has a soothing light blue background to fit into an overall beach-like theme. Sit back and relax while searching the Web.
Why shouldn’t Google be just as stylish as the clothes you wear or the handbag you carry? This is Google with a serious infusion of girly style. Enjoy purple on pink. Why would you ever use anything else?
With homes, cars and just about everything these days going green, shouldn’t Google? Google Forest offers Google in a Earth-aware light green background and relaxing earth-tone colored text.
What happened to the days of the nice old-fashioned monochrome displays? All you see now is these multi-million color capable screens, when all you want is a little retro nostalgia. With Google Grayscale we want to brind you back to those times. See the world through eight colors just like you used to.
Tip: If you like one of these new Google looks, then remember to set it as your browser homepage. That way, you can always have it right at your fingertips, whenever you need it.
And that’s not the best part: because of the ultra-minimalist layout, these styles work well on both desktops and mobile devices alike.
What do you think? Do you have a favorite color-combo you would like to see added? Feel free to hit me up in the comments.
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