Google has announced that its popular Doodles (or logo art) will soon be available on devices running Android 2.0 and above, and on iPhones with at least iOS 3.0.
Google put up its first Doodle in 1998 when the search company's founders wanted to show that they were at the Burning Man festival, held in the Nevada desert in celebration of the arts. A few Google Doodles in the past have featured on mobiles and the first such was for the 2008 Olympic Games.
Google also started a Doodle designing contest in India a few years back. The Doodle 4 Google contest invites school children to design the Google logo based on different themes.
This year's winner was Akshay Raj of St. Aloysius High School in Mangalore.
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