15 Useful Google Tricks

Hai friends below are the very intresting and unknown tools provided by google. 
Please don’t forget to share if you really find them useful!!!

And if you find any cool tricks which is not mentioned here, Just post it in the comment box below and that too will be added here! 🙂

1.) To Search For A Particular Type of Document:

If you are looking for a particular type of document like .pdf .ppt, etc… You can use the file type operator to limit the search to those which are of that file type.

Search term: filetype: pdf
Replace the term filetype with the document that u are looking for.

2.) How To Track Flights:

Tracking the flight of a loved one’s has never been easier, simply enter the airline and flight number into the Google’s search box and you will get the arrival and departure times.

Eg: American Airlines 4506

3.) Movie Showtimes In Theaters Near You:

To find reviews and showtimes for movies playing near you, type “movies” or the name of a current film into the google’s search box. If you have already saved your location on a previous search, the top search result will display the names of the movies & Trailer’s if available, by clicking the movie name you can find the timings of the display in theaters near you.

Search Term: movies

4.) To Find Weather In You Area:

This is the very simple way you can adopt to check the Weather in your area.

Search Term: Weather

Note: Make sure the location is set to your current place by clicking the search tools button below the search box in the result page.

5.) Unit Conversion:

You can make use of Google to convert between different variety of units for measurement of height, weight, volume, etc… Just enter your desired conversion into the search box and it will do the rest.

Eg: m to km

6.) Google’s Calculator:

To use Google’s Built-in calculator function, simply enter the calculation you would like to get it done into the search box.

Eg: 5+7

7.) Fill In The Blanks:

Use an asterisk * within a query as a placeholder for any unknown or “wildcard” terms. Use with quotation marks to find variations of that exact phrase or to remember words in the middle of a phrase.


  1. all that * is not *
  2. a * saved is a * earned

8.) Search within a specific site:

Precede your query with site: if you know you want your answer from within a specific site or type of site (.org, .edu). For example: site:edu or site:nytimes.com

Eg: facebook site:wonderstacked.com

In the above eg. Replace the facebook with your search term to search my site on Google.

9.) Search numbers in a range:

Stay within your budget by searching only for items within a number range by putting a string .. between amounts.

Eg: Sony TV $300..$500

10.) Get the Current Time:

To see what time it is anywhere in the world, search time and followed by the city or country.

Eg: time india

11.) Get currency conversions:

Get current exchange rates by searching currency 1 in currency 2.

Eg: Dollar in Rupee

12.) Get definitions:

Put define: in front of any word to get its definition.

Eg: define: computer

13.) Get local sunrise/sunset times:

To see the exact times of sunrises and sunsets in cities around the U.S. and the world, search sunrise or sunset followed by the city name.

14.) Search for an address:

To map any location, type in the city name or zip code followed by the word map, and you’ll see a map of that location. Click on the map to see it on Google Maps.

Eg: puducherry map

15.) Search by voice:

To search the web by speaking, tap the microphone button on the Google search box on your home screen, or press down for a few seconds on the physical search button on your phone to activate the “Speak Now” screen.

Suggested By Readers Like You:

1.) Phone number lookup: (Suggested By Charls)

Enter a full phone number with area code in the search box to display the name and address associated with that phone number.

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