Did you know that Android is full of hidden external references and a number of Easter eggs? That's right -- Google got into the habit of adding at least one new hidden screen (or something else entirely) as early as Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Since then, most of these have come in the form of a hidden screen, accessible through the settings menu after you perform a particular number of taps at a particular spot.
Of course, Easter eggs in Android aren't limited to just a hidden fancy screen (as cool as those are), as the company infused Google Now with a few pre-programmed scenarios as well. If that wasn't enough, finding certain Easter eggs, and knowing what to do, will actually win you a small nod from Google in the from of an equally small extra functionality. Curious to find out what functionality we're talking about and what these Easter Eggs are all about? To the slideshow, then!