Many of you might be familiar with the term “easter eggs,” in our case they’re not the cute little eggs you try to find once every year, instead these are treats that software developers hide in their products. Google has a long history of including easter eggs in Android and it doesn’t really take long to find them out, for the past couple of years Google has included a version of the infamous Flappy Bird game as an easter egg in Android. In case you’re curious about previous easter eggs a new video has been published online which walks us through a brief history of Android easter eggs.

Google’s Nat and Lo have created this video to detail the various Android easter eggs that have been included in the mobile operating system over the years, they’ve been around for quite some time now, the first was spotted around the time when Android 2.3 Gingerbread was released.

Since Gingerbread, Google has made sure to include an easter egg in every major update of Android. Usually they can be accessed by tapping a few times on the Android version number in the About section of the settings app.

Android 5.0 Lollipop featured a version of Flappy Bird as an easter egg, Google has added a slightly updated version of the same as an easter egg for Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the latest Android OS that has been released today.

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