New Year’s Eve 2021 celebrated by Google with animated doodle and virtual confetti parties

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New Year’s Eve 2021 is celebrated by Google with an animated doodle as we prepare to say goodbye to 2021 and the user in 2022. The new New Years Eve 2021 doodle on the Google search website features a festive popper and a string of lights. Alongside the animated doodle, Google is saying goodbye to 2021 with virtual confetti celebrations. Although many of us consider New Year’s Eve to be a big day of celebrations to greet the coming year, it’s also a day to look back and remember what we have left behind and what we can achieve in the next year.

Google’s Doodle celebrates New Year’s Eve 2021 with lots of colors and animations. It features a popper that seems ready to leave as soon as we get into the new year. The Google logo is also adorned with fairy lights that blink to mark celebrations.

Google is showing the New Years Eve Doodle 2021 worldwide, according to the map available on the Google Doodles website. It also shows a message that says, “This is a graduation for 2021 – Happy New Year!”

When you click the doodle, Google will show animated confetti celebrations on the screen.

Also, on the right side of the page, you’ll see a confetti cone that’s ready to pop when you search Google for searches like “New Years Eve”. Click that cone to see confetti fly across all of your search results.

Many people celebrate New Year’s Eve around the world by celebrating with friends and loved ones. However, the Omicron variant, which is another spike in COVID-19 cases, restricts physical gatherings in countries like India. Google’s move with the animated doodle and confetti animation could bring some joy to netizens stuck at home.

Last year, Google placed a ticking cuckoo clock as an animated doodle to mark the end of 2020 and welcome 2021.

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Jagmeet Singh writes on Consumer Technology for Gadgets 360 in New Delhi. Jagmeet is Senior Reporter for Gadgets 360 and has written extensively on apps, computer security, internet services and telecommunications developments. Jagmeet is available on Twitter at @ JagmeetS13 or by email at jagmeets@ndtv.com. Please send your hints and tips. More Huawei says revenue will have dropped nearly 30 percent in 2021 due to U.S. sanctions and sees the challenges ahead AMD’s $ 35 billion deal for Xilinx is now set to close in 2022

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