The Google home page is famous for lots of impressive “doodles” recently. Each doodle stands for events like holidays, anniversaries, or current events and clicking the doodle sends visitors to Google’s search results page where they will get detailed information about the event. However, usually a “doodle” stays for a day only on the home page.
Would you like to have a doodle as long as you like on the Google home page instead of Google logo? Here is how you can do that; however, you are still able to see the new doodles on special occasions.
The Chrome add-on “Favorite Doodle” lets you change the Google Logo to a doodle you like for as long as you like.
To replace the Google logo with a doodle, after installing the add-on, go to google.com and click on the Google logo to get to the Doodle Gallery.
From there click the button underneath your favorite doodle to set it as your favorite. You can change your favorite as often as you would like.
In case you have not known about Google’s “doodles” yet, they are “the fun, surprising, and sometimes spontaneous changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists”.