- Google Is a Calculator
- Google Knows Mathematical Constants
- Google Converts Units of Measure
- Google Is a Dictionary
- Google Is a Glossary
- Google Lists All the Facts
- Google Displays Weather Reports
- Google Knows Current Airport Conditions
- Google Tracks Flight Status
- Google Tracks Packages
- Google Is a Giant Phone Directory
- Google Knows Area Codes
- Google Has Movie Information
- Google Loves Music
- Google Knows the Answer to the Ultimate Question
Google Converts Units of Measure
Another surprise is that Google’s calculator also handles conversions. It knows miles and meters, furlongs and light years, seconds and fortnights, and even angstroms and Smoots—and can convert from one unit of measurement to another.
The key to using the Google calculator as a converter is to express your query using the proper syntax. In essence, you want to start with the first measure, followed by the word "in," followed by the second unit of measure. A general query looks like this: x firstunits in secondunits.
For example, to find out how many feet equal a meter, enter the query 1 meter in feet. Not sure how many teaspoons are in a cup? Enter 1 cup in teaspoons. Want to convert 100 U.S. dollars into Euros? Then enter 100 usd in euros. And so on and so forth.