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LIFESTYLE - EDITORIAL

Fourth of July: Google Celebrates Independence Day with Interactive Doodle

While fireworks and flags embellish the sky and cities, Google celebrates the Fourth of July with a special Doodle and fireworks effects.

Thursday, July 4, 2019

Fourth of July: Google Celebrates Independence Day with Interactive Doodle - Image Credit: Google Doodle

Fourth of July: Google Celebrates Independence Day with Interactive Doodle - Image Credit: Google Doodle

LIFESTYLE - EDITORIAL

by Beren Dere

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The Doodle team that consists of Jessica Yu, Jacob Howcroft, David Lu, Megan Valentine, Matt Cruickshank, Vishnu Ganti, Colin Duffy, Perla Campos, Grace Chen, Silas Hite, and Madeline Belliveau, designed a funny and interactive Doodle. This Doodle presents the meaning and importance of Independence Day for the U.S. from a different perspective.

Stating that the independence day is the basis of today's American family lifestyle and freedom, Doodle also entertains visitors with a beautiful interactive game.

French fries, hot dog, pizza, corn, BBQ, and baseball are the mainstays of the theme. Under its joyful appearance, Doodle cleverly praises American history and the importance of fourth of July.

In addition to Doodle, it is possible to watch fireworks shows on the pages shown as a result of related searches for Fourth of July and Independence Day.