Google Thanos to Keep Your Search Results Perfectly Balanced

Google Thanos to Keep Your Search Results Perfectly Balanced

To get in with the release of Endgame, Google has introduced a neat little trick for users, which is a recap of Thanos's iconic snap which rid the world of half its people. At least on Google, Thanos's destruction can be reversed by clicking on the gauntlet once again.

Click on the Infinity Gauntlet image in the box that appears on the right-hand side of the page.

If you go to Google's search window and type in the name of the super-villain "Thanos" who may have disappeared half of the planet's population in a bid to balance the universe.

Almost one year ago, fans were devasted when Avengers: Infinity War concluded with Thanos carrying out his mission to eradicate half of the population in the universe, including several MCU heroes.

And yet what's most surprising about "Avengers: Endgame" is that it doesn't live up to those expectations.

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Avengers: Endgame just left all other blockbuster movie openings in the dust with a staggering $140 million-$150 million domestic opening day haul from its Thursday night premiere.

Google has rolled out an Avengers-themed Easter egg to its web search relating to the series main antagonist. Taking it as a reference, Google came out with a feature which erases search results on Google with Thanos' snap. Even though it's like wishing for no deaths in Game of Thrones, but hey, dream on, I guess... at least until you've seen the movie. The movie, all three hours of it, opened April 24 in Australia, April 25 in the United Kingdom and April 26 in the US.

The photo ignited many discussions with fans claiming that "he got his just desserts served" or that they "felt good seeing this".

Well, in any case, Avengers: Endgame has gone down a bit of a storm since it's midnight release on Thursday.