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Google tends to put Easter Eggs into all Android OS releases - remember the one Jelly Bean came with? Turns out the company stuffs these treats into more than just the operating system, as the Nexus Q's Android app has it too.

Beneath the tough outer shell of the Q lives a lonely Magic 8 Ball. To summon this genie bipolar fortuneteller, rub tap it in the right place a few times, and out it comes. The right place happens to be the image of the sphere (first screenshot below) - just tap away, and the Q will eventually exclaim "Have a dilemma? Ask the Q."

As you can see, it knows its stuff, though the bipolar nature shows through sometimes:

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Thanks, +Adrian Perez!

Artem Russakovskii
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  • LazarusDark

    Cute.

  • TheFirstUniverseKing

    Now I see why Google priced it at $299, they managed to stuff a psychic into that ball! :P

  • http://twitter.com/jordanlong20 Jordan Long

    why cant I install the Nexus Q app on my xoom or EVO LTE (even though it says it works on any phone/tablet Gingerbread and above) is it blocked till release date?

    • UndergroundWire

      I think we will have to wait.

  • Bowen

    Is it just me, or are these Easter Eggs getting more advanced?

  • Bas

    I want a Nexus Q, just for the dilemmas!

  • József Király

    Am I the only one who was expecting an omnipotent being played by John De Lancie?

  • Namthanh1509

    Camnhung04856

    • Hoaithanh918777

      Hoathanh918777

  • John Randall

    so, it thinks its a magic 8 ball!

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