By now we all know, Google integrates Easter Eggs in all their new OS’s. So, what is this Easter Egg? Well, basically it’s a hidden feature, activated by a random command or gesture, that reveals animated info about the OS or other stuff. The Easter Egg in Ice Cream Sandwich, for example, was activated by going to settings, about phone and tapping multiple times on the Android Version field, then pressing and holding. In Jelly Bean, as you can see in the video below doing similarly to ICS you’ll get a screen full of Jelly Beans that you can touch and drag.
A little unexpected, it has been discovered that the Nexus Q, the streaming media player with social features revealed during Google I/O also has a hidden feature. When tapping on the Q’s image at a rapid rate you will be welcome by a screen with the text “Have a dilemma? Ask the Q.” You can the use your voice to talk to it, just as you would with any virtual voice activate assistant and it answers though not in the logical manner you would expect, but provides random answers. Pretty cool, right?