In tech, an Easter egg is a hidden message or secret feature of a computer program or video game that can be accessed with a keyword or combination of keystrokes. The name comes from the traditional Easter egg hunt (source: Wikipedia).
Since the beginning of coding, programmers have enjoyed hiding Easter eggs in the tools and software we use every day. Mobile devices are no exception. For example, here’s how you can activate Android Neko, the Easter Egg in the latest version of Android (Nougat 7.0):
If you’ve found any Easter eggs hidden in your electronic devices, let us know!