To celebrate April Fool's Day on Monday, Google brought Google Home users the ability to talk to tulips, Google Files users the ability to clean their phone screens from the inside out, and announced a Snake on Google Map.
Google on Monday said it had cracked the code on plant communication and can now translate Tulipish into various human languages. According to the company, "the ability to speak with tulips comes with great environmental and societal benefits" -- instead of wondering when you should water your plant, your tulip can now tell you in your own language via your Google Home.
Google Tulip is only available today.
Google also announced a new feature that can be found in the Files app called Screen Cleaners that "uses geometric dirt models, combined with haptic micromovement pulses, to dislodge what's stuck to your screen." The magnetic field that is produced around the device works to maintain your phone's cleanliness.
In addition, Google is bringing Snake on Google Map. The game will be live for about a week, letting users play the classic game on maps from San Francisco to Cairo to Sydney and several places in between.
Happy April Fool's Day!