On End of New Year’s Eve 2021, Google unveiled a festive doodle to prepare for the next year, 2022, featuring tons of candy, confetti and jacklights. The doodle went live on Google’s homepage in several regions at 12 p.m. Thursday, marking the last day of the year on December 31.
It’s December 31 today! 2022 is almost here and Google has marked New Year’s Eve with a doodle.
End of New Year’s Eve 2021 With Google Holiday Doodle
The Google Holiday Doodle got a giant candy. Titled “2021”, it looks set to pop up as the clock strikes midnight on December 31 to welcome the new year 2022. Other letters of the word ‘Google’ were also seen. To be decorated colorfully with jacklights to doodle. Plus, there’s also some extra New Year’s confetti to add to the celebratory mood of the doodle.
However, this time Google Doodle did not come with much description. Instead, the search engine is counting on its users to appreciate Doodle’s clear and straightforward design to kick start the new year. “It’s a wrap for 2021. Happy New Years!” Google wrote on its collection of doodles documenting the new design.
Today is 31st December, the last day of the year which is celebrated as New Year’s Eve all over the world. Google has already kick-started the festivities with its cute and adorable doodles.
This time around, Google has designed its holiday doodle with a candy popper. On which 2021 is written. It looks like the candy is ready to explode as the clock strikes midnight. The doodle also has other characters from ‘Google’. Which have been painted with the light of fairies.
Apart from this cute display, Google also has a message for its users, in which it is written. “That’s a wrap for 2021—Happy New Year’s Eve!”
It is clear from the collection that Google had earlier invested in a lot more unique and elaborate designs for New Year’s Eve doodles. However, this time the design is quite plain.
The year 2021 was affected by the coronavirus pandemic. resulting in infections, hospitalizations and millions of deaths worldwide. Coronavirus, was first detected two years ago and was declared a global pandemic in March 2020. Which has killed more than 5.4 million people, sparked economic crises and saw societies in and out of lockdown.
The year is ending on a serious note. Also, in the shadow of the new, highly transmissible Omicron version of the coronavirus, which has found infectious disease experts, medical health professionals and governments around the world on a state of high alert.