Google adds "Thanos snap" Easter egg in Google search

With the release of MCU’s most anticipated movie of the decade, Avengers: Endgame, Google on Thursday began offering users of its search engine who did a simple query for Thanos, the fictional supervillain who snapped away half the universe in 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War.

Entering “Thanos” in Google Search will let you replicate the “Snap” at the end of Infinity War.
Officially referred to as “The Decimation” in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Google on Wednesday began rolling out a rather involved Easter Egg. Searching for “Thanos” reveals the Infinity Gauntlet in place of a Share icon on the supervillain’s Knowledge Graph card displayed on the right sidebar of the search result page
Clicking it will animate the five Infinity Stones into action. On Google, the Decimation sees search results you scroll to disappear in a slow, dust-like fashion identical to the movie. This includes the 10 blue links and any article carousels. Another great detail sees the number of available results drop by half.
It’s a very fun and cool effect to watch. Go ahead and try it out right now
To return to the full Search results page, users can click the Gauntlet again. This is a very fun and in-depth Easter Egg, though it’s not yet widely rolled out. There are several reports online of users encountering the Thanos Google Easter Egg. Desktop Google.com also appears to be required for this Easter Egg.