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Introducing Google Nose

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Uploaded on Mar 29, 2013

We're excited to announce our newest addition to Search: Google Nose. What do wet dogs smell like? Google Nose! How about victory? Google Nose! Try searching on Google for "wet dog" and explore other smells that people sniffed for, or visit google.com/nose to learn more. Happy smelling!

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No time to stop and smell the roses? Now the roses are just a click away with Google Nose—our flagship olfactory knowledge feature that lets your nose do the searching. With today’s launch of Google Nose beta, you can engage one of your most important senses when looking for an answer on Google by simply putting your nose up to the screen. The Google Aromabase gives you fast and comprehensive answers that are equipped with over 15 million scentibytes of data that pairs images, descriptions, and most importantly: aromas. Do a search for [Parisian streets in the morning] and be pleasantly awakened by the scent of flakey croissants dipped in brewing espresso. Or try [public library] and be taken back to your childhood with the smell of old books. Visit google.com/nose and take a whiff for yourself. You can try the new scentsation in search on your desktop, mobile phone or tablet—so search and sniff today. 
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MrSkinnyJeanz3
I LITERALLY LOOKED UP VANILLA AND TRIED TO SMELL IT WHEN THIS CAME OUT I'M SO ASHAMED OF MYSELF FOR FALLING FOR THIS
Mahmood Nemat
LOL This is The Biggiest April Fools Joke in History. hahahaha
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RobotNexus
I CAN SMELL PORN NOW
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King Tiger Tank
WEED
gobo760
The funny thing is that this probably isn't too far off. If you think about it, "scent" is just electrical signals going from your olfactory cells to your brain. We've seen the huge breakthroughs lately in different artificial senses -- artificial eyes that allow the blind to see, artificial ears that allow the deaf to hear... and I wouldn't be surprised if people are able to hold their phone up to their nose a few decades from now and smell whatever's on the other line.
CookedChef
I WANT TO BELIEVE
Crezle
I want to sniff cocaine
Alyssa Bailey
IS THIS A JOKE. SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME THIS IS A JOKE BECAUSE I CAN'T HANDLE THIS.
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Rob Miljus
Lol. Fooled me! I thought something smelled fishy.
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