Google Doodle for Valentine's Day Features Candy Hearts and Chocolates
Article by George Norman
On 14 Feb 2014
The doodle on Google’s US home page features six candy hearts. Click them to be presented with love story snippets from public radio's “This American Life.”

The doodle on Google’s international home page features chocolates. Pick the ingredients you want to create chocolates, put them in a box, and then share the box via Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.

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This Valentine’s Day, the Doodle displayed on Google’s US home page features a total of six candy hearts: Crush, Mr. Right, First Kiss, 4 Ever Yours, Puppy Luv, and Blind Date. Click a candy and you will be presented with a short audio love story. If you click on the candy entitled Crush for example, you will be presented with the story of a teenage girl “who had a crush on this one guy for years.”

US citizens will have no problems accessing Google and viewing the Doodle presented above. If you’re from another part of the world and you want to check out the candy hearts doodle, I recommend you use Tunnel Bear, a properly good VPN client that is available for multiple clients. Get it right here on FindMySoft.

Speaking about other parts of the world, you may see this doodle on the Google homepage.



This is the international doodle for Google’s homepage, a doodle that focuses on chocolates instead of candy. You can select a combination of three ingredients and use them to create chocolates. When you’re done creating three chocolates, they will be placed in a box and you will be presented with the option of sharing the box of chocolates via Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. Share the box on a friend’s Facebook and that friend will get to open the box, take out the chocolates, and view what ingredients you used to create each chocolate.

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Tags: Valentine's Day, Google, Doodle, love, candy hearts, chocolates
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