When you search for something on Google, it automatically predicts what you're likely to get next and turns it into an option you can tap to select instead of continuing to type as you type. This both saves time and speeds up data entry.
Many strange suggestions appear in the Google autofill box, which many people quickly recognize.
We now have a game of this style called Google Feud. It was inspired by Family Feud with a question posed like "How do I get Google to autocomplete this query?"
To start the game, you will choose one of four categories including culture, people, names and questions. Google Feud Online provides the first half of the category search query, and you can fill in the rest or not. The answer is not the most correct, but is the most frequently asked.
So instead of doing your own thing and choosing what makes sense, think about what other internet users might find on Google.
Take your time to see what people are searching for on Google. While there's no built-in multiplayer option so far, it's still a great game to play with friends. So go ahead, call a friend or family member to have fun together on Google Feud!