The 50 best Google Home Easter eggs to try right now

Because Google knows how to have fun
The best Google Home Easter eggs

Much like Alexa, Google's personal assistant knows how to kick back and relax. While Google Home is getting better at being helpful with more abilities, it also has a few fun, hidden tricks up its sleeve for pure entertainment purposes.

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You can read our full, updated verdict of the smart home speaker in our Google Home review, but we've also spent some time discovering what Easter eggs Google's assistant is hiding. From jokes to games, to geeky pop culture references, there's a lot more to Google Home than you probably realised.

Is Home more fun to hang out with than Alexa? You won't know until you try these out.

Google Home Easter eggs: Just for fun

The 50 best Google Home Easter eggs

Speaking to robots is weird, but try out some of these prompts and you'll be friends with Google Assistant in no time. There are plenty of others too - many of which we expect are still undocumented - so try coming up with some of your own to see if you can evoke an interesting response from Google Assistant. These are also perfect for showing off Home when you've got guests over.

OK Google, sing a song

OK Google, tell me a joke

OK Google, wubba lubba dub dub

OK Google, beatbox

OK Google, what is the meaning of life?

OK Google, tell me about Siri

OK Google, I'm naked

OK Google, meow like a cat

OK Google, do you speak morse code?

OK Google, my milkshake brings all the boys to the yard

OK Google, spell supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

OK Google, what are the three laws of robotics?

OK Google, can you rap?

OK Google, read a poem

OK Google, surprise me

Ok Google, why is six afraid of seven?

OK Google, sing me happy birthday

OK Google, where's Waldo?

OK Google, clean my room

OK Google, is your refrigerator running?

Google Home Easter eggs: Play games

As we said, Google Home is good for showing off to friends, and what better way than with a few games? Even if you're alone, you can still have some fun with these.

OK Google, I'm feeling lucky

OK Google, Mad Libs

OK Google, what am I thinking right now?

OK Google, spin the wheel

OK Google, flip a coin

Google Home Easter eggs: Getting to know each other

Google Assistant has a lot of personality, but you have to work for it. Try a little getting-to-know-you session with these starting questions. They're some of our favourites, but try out some of your own too.

OK Google, ask me a question

OK Google, what's your favourite ice cream?

OK Google, are you friends with Siri/Alexa/Cortana?

OK Google, what's your favourite Pokemon?

OK Google, Star Trek or Star Wars?

OK Google, how do you like your coffee?

Google Home Easter eggs: Pop culture references

The 50 best Google Home Easter eggs

As you'd expect, Google is pretty up to date on pop culture. Well, a lot of it anyway. What's your favourite TV show? Throw some lines at Google to see what comes back. Here are some tried and tested prompts to get you started.

OK Google, who shot first?

OK Google, is the cake a lie?

OK Google, do you know of GLaDos?

OK Google, up, up, down, down, left, right, B, A

OK Google, here comes dat boi

OK Google, beam me up Scotty

OK Google, crystal ball

OK Google, do a barrel roll

Ok Google, all your base are belong to us

OK Google, show me the money

OK Google, mischief managed

OK Google, tell me what you want, what you really, really want

OK Google, what is love?

OK Google who is the walrus?

OK Google, who you gonna call?

OK Google, who lives in a pineapple under the sea?

OK Google, open the pod bay doors

And look, if you just want to hear Google Home swear, try these (but, y'know, not with kids around):

OK Google, play the name game with Mitch

OK Google, play the name game with Chuck

Let us know what Google Home Easter eggs in the comments below.


1 Comment

  • bigmacsc99 says:

    "OK Google, you remind me of the babe."

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