How to search in Google using emojis via Twitter

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Many of us have gone down the street and at some point we wanted to to know where there was a bar nearby, or a restaurant, subway stations, or any type of establishment. It is an action that is sure that almost all of you have done and look on the Internet was something complicated because we did not know the names of the closest places.

well, this has been finished thanks to a new feature that brings us to Google as a solution to this type of problems. Google brings new search engine in which we will be able to write with emojis related to what we seek and we will show the results of the closest sites.

Searches in Google through Twitter with emojis

The procedure of the search is really simple since we only need that to enter our Twitter account and publish a tweet as we have always done. However, for us to appear the desired results, we have that put the emoji of what we are and behind to quote the official account of Google on Twitter (@Google).

In this way we will be able to to obtain the response in the browser, but we have to take into account that the emoji use will have to be quite accurate with what you want to find since the Google search engine may be confused. As for example bars, to do this we will be able to use the emoji beer mug, or any burger with the emoji hamburger.


Although the new function Google is not accurate because even if we choose the emoji that most closely matches what you seek, this may get confused, so it is best to perform several searches to find answers with greater precision.

That if do not use more than two emojis for each search since the finder will become confused and will not be able to give us the right answers. We are going to show you a an example tested by ourselves.


In a few minutes you’ll get the answer from Google to find the nearest places you want to find. A good way to know the destinations in a short time, but that if, all your followers know that you’re trying to find.

What do you think of the new function? Did you tested?