Google Feud tests your autocomplete knowledge

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Google Feud tests your autocomplete knowledge

Think you know what internet users are searching for? You can finally put that knowledge to good use…or use at the very least.

Google Feud is a Google autocomplete version of the likes of Family Feud or Family Fortune. You make guesses about what will come next in Google’s autocomplete box and get points based on how close you are to the top result. But picking something outside the top ten will earn you a strike. Three strikes and it’s on to the next round.

You will have to be accurate though; there’s no host who’ll give you the benefit of the doubt. “Election” will not get you points if the answer is “Presidential election,” for example. And we will warn you, some of the results can be quite dark. It is the internet after all.

Unfortunately, there’s no way to challenge friends or random strangers just yet. But it can be an interesting way to pass a couple of minutes.



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