Google is set to launch a new slogan, and it is not to be called Google anymore.
Google has already removed the word “Google” from the Google logo, and has removed the phrase “Google”, but it seems that the search giant is now going to move on from the word itself.
“Google’s motto has changed over time.
We’ve had a number of years to explore new and different ways to celebrate Google,” Google said in a statement.
“For example, we’ve had several years to develop a new ‘Google logo’, which we’re excited to announce today.
In 2018, we changed the Google badge from a circular star to a diamond.
Google now uses the words ‘Google’, ‘We’, and ‘googles’ instead of ‘Google’,” it said.
Google’s motto changed in 2018 Google has had a long-running relationship with the word Google since it first came into existence. “
In 2018, Google created a new logo to reflect its long-standing motto: ‘Googles, Googles Googlas.'”
Google’s motto changed in 2018 Google has had a long-running relationship with the word Google since it first came into existence.
In 2012, the company changed its logo to the word in a nod to Google’s founding father.
It also changed its slogan in 2016 to “Googlas googlas” in a reference to Google as a global search company.
It is also known as “Google”.
Google also changed the logo in 2017 to a star and then a diamond in homage to its founder, Sergey Brin.
“When we started to redesign the logo back in 2017, we started from a simple idea: ‘Why do we have a single word to describe the company, and not a word for a brand?'”
It explained that the diamond in the logo reflects “our commitment to making Google a place where everyone can find what they’re looking for.”
“Today, we have created a logo that will help us celebrate this new meaning of ‘googlles’,” Google said, adding that “the new logo reflects a long history of innovation and innovation”.