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[9/13/2021] [edited: 10/05/2023]

Google Layouts Useragents

While Google has "secretly" 6(7 maybe?) layouts out of it, there's actual way to get them. (With Useragents)
And these are going to be quick article afterwards so.

Useragent Lists:

Mozilla/5.0 (Windows CE; 320x480;) - Wireless Application Protocol / Supernano [extremely basic]
Opera/9.80 (J2ME/MIDP; Opera Mini/5.1.21214/28.2725; U; ru) Presto/2.8.119 Version/11.10 - Basic
Mozilla/5.0 (320x480;) - 2013 Mobile
Mozilla/5.0 - 2013 (Homepage Only)
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/39.0.2243.3 Safari/537.36 Edge/12.0 - 2007
Mozilla/4.0 (Opera Mobi/WMD-50433;) - 2009 (Again Homepage Only)

For old Mozilla-Based browsers:

You can use them by using about:config
Create general.useragent.override as string, and paste useragents you want. Press enter and done!

For modern Mozilla/Chromium-based browsers:

Add a extenstion that is "User-Agent Switcher and Manager" made by Ray
Click the textarea which is "userAgent" part
Again paste useragents you want, And apply all windows or active window.


That's all the Layouts we only had.
Now, you may be asking:

"What about Easter Egg that revives Google back in 1998!"

Well I didn't want to list them somehow, It won't work on useragents part as I tried the Windows CE Useragent as we already talked about.

Only one solution if you want to have fun with Non-Useragent Google Layouts: OldGoogle.

[10/20/22: Made the Theme for Supernano/WAP Google]

I meant Wireless Application Protocol god dammit.

Aaannd That's all the lines goes..