If you love the surprise of seeing the latest Google Doodle that appears to celebrate different holidays, events and famous peoples birthdays you can now get it for Android. The Google Doodle Widget has been created by Emprize and displays the daily doodle on your home screen as well as acting as a full search app.
Hundreds of Google Doodles have appeared over the years with the characteristic Google lettering in some crazy themed format. The first doodle appeared back in 1998 by Larry Page to celebrate Burning Man Festival, Dennis Hwang and his team have been producing them ever since. In 2010 the first interactive Doodle appeared for the anniversary of Pac-Man and they just keep getting more fun. On mobile we currently miss out on Google Doodles because of size constraints, other search widgets, Google now and mobile browsers. Using the Google Doodle Widget there’s no need to miss out on the surprise and artistic flair of the daily doodle ever again. It shows the current doodle and also allows viewing of passed doodles. If that sounds great then check out the free ad supported version via the link below. The developer has also offered a donation version to fund further improvements that he has in mind on the listing. Worth supporting we reckon.