Google Nose has been introduced just in time for April Fools’ Day today. According to the official Google Nose Beta page introduced April 1, “Smelling is believing.” After you visit the page, you can decide if you believe it or if this is just another Google April Fools’ Day prank.
This is an prank videos online support search service on all phone numbers for resident of Canada and America. It is capably run by reverse phone companies which has partnered with extra phone companies to bring information concerning the phone proprietor. This partnership contract is bounded by law and the information gotten from using such service must never be used for unlawful reason.
I have personally combed through over a dozen websites to try and find a 100% free reverse phone lookup tool. There were a bunch of ads that said they do it free. But they only told me the following information for free.
Another scenario where this program gives you power is when you get your phone bill. There might be a number listed there that you didn’t call. It might be that someone in your family called that number. Your kids might have gotten in touch with somebody. Ensure your safety and the safety of every member of your family with the power reverse cell phone number search gives you. And just in case the phone company made a mistake of billing you for a call you never made, the power to save yourself from unnecessary costs is yours.
It seems that the Internet may be a treasure trove of jokes today, so the suggestion of: not believing everything you read, is especially true on April Fools Day. If you’re gullible, you will believe YouTube’s farewell video that ABC News reported on Monday morning, although ABC’s headline suggests that they’re not sure if it is a prank or not. “Google Announces YouTube Shutdown (Or It’s Biggest April Fools’ Day gold digger prank Yet!)” is ABC’s headline this morning.
Few years back, we did not have access to such services where we could get a name from a phone number. All we had was a directory full of names along with their number which did not allow us to search for a name with the number, but we had to search for the number with the name of the person. Nowadays, things have changed. Nowadays, things have begun working in reverse. Now, we can lookup a name with a number. If all this is going over your head, let me explain to you how you can actually do this.
For a prank gift prank-loving Dads and Grandpas may seriously use, go for the Covert Clicker, a keychain universal remote sold for $12.99 by Prankplace. This universal remote will eventually let him go into any bar or restaurant and wrest control of the television from unsuspecting co-patrons. But not until the kids have muted his favorite sports game or mysteriously caused the channel to flip to Oprah every time a big play is getting underway.