All Fruity Doodles from the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

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All Fruity Doodles from the Rio 2016 Olympic Games

From the start of the Olympic games until the closing ceremony, Google replaced its homepage logo as usual with the following animated images.

To celebrate the 2016 Rio Olympics, Google created a “Fruit Doodles” app and used its home page to share the app through 17 different animated doodles – one for each day of the Olympic Games.

The animated images, posted on Google homepages around the world, pointed users to the download page for the Olympic games app.

For the next couple of weeks, we're traveling to a fruit stand in Rio, where products from across the market compete for the title of freshest fruit.

Google Doodle Blog August 5, 2016

The app was available on iOS and Android during the games, but is no longer available now that the 2016 Olympics have been completed.

In case you missed the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Fruity Doodles, we created a complete list, starting with the video that was recorded on the first day to demonstrate the “fruity Doodles”.

Note: The Doodle of the 10th played a double role with a paternal watermelon and his two loving children in relation to the commemoration of Father's Day in Brazil.

August 6: Day 2

Day 2

August 7: Day 3

Day 3

August 8: Day 4

Day 4

August 9: Day 5

Day 5

August 10: Day 6

Day 6

August 11: Day 7

Day 7

August 12: Day 8

Day 8

August 13: Day 9

Day 9

August 14: Day 10

Day 10 and Brazil Father's Day

August 15: Day 11

Day 11

August 16: Day 12

Day 12

August 17: Day 13

Day 13

August 18: Day 14

Day 14

August 19: Day 15

Day 15

August 20: Day 16

Day 16

August 21: Day 17

Day 17