Monday , October 22 2018 Ausdroid » Other News » Google Search on mobile and web has a metronome for you musically inclined people out there

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Google does like to help simplify things when you’re searching for things, the easter eggs are almost innumberable. We’ve seen wonderful basic tools like the Spirit Level included in search and it seems that Google also has a metronome.

A metronome is of course the tool that musicians use to keep a beat while playing music, it’s an automated tool that just clicks on a set beat per minute pattern. With the Google search metronome you can set the beats per minute you want, anywhere from 40bpm right up to 208bpm, and off it goes. It’s available on both Mobile and Desktop search, with the card looking quite similar on both.

If you need a metronome next time you’re sitting down to compose your next award winning piece, simply type ‘Metronome‘ in the search bar.

Source: Google Search.
Via: Google System Blog.

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