Google Search now has a playable fidget spinner
Fidget spinners are this year’s big craze, especially among school children. There are lots of different types, and they can cost anything from a few dollars to a few thousand dollars.
Google is getting in on the fad, introducing a virtual fidget spinner to its search site.
In order to access it, just type in spinner and the spinner will load.
You can control it by clicking the Spin button, or by spinning it using your mouse or fingers. It works particularly well on mobile.
In addition to the standard fidget spinner, there’s a number-based version you can switch to. This can be customized -- just choose the number of digits to include (from 2 to 20).
Like real fidget spinners, it’s not hugely practical, but it’s a bit of fun. Give it a try.