BTS ARMY’s birthday is commemorated by Google Search with an Easter Egg that unlocks purple balloons and messages from the group.
The Google love is evident in BTS ARMY.
Google has unveiled a pair of new collaborations with K-pop superstars BTS in honor of the ninth anniversary of the beginning of the BTS ARMY, the name of the group’s devoted following, on July 9, 2022.
Fans can access a hidden Easter egg starting on Friday (U.S. time zones) by typing “BTS” into Google Search. Users can click on the purple heart icon that is displayed to the left of the BTS header on the search results page for BTS (on desktop or mobile).
When you click or tap on the purple balloons with microphones, a flurry of them will appear, and you can pop them to hear a unique audio greeting from the band members.
In a statement sent to Variety, Elissa Wolf, Google’s lead software engineer for joy features, said, “BTS has such a great atmosphere, and we wanted to bring some of that to Search.” “I’m a fan myself, therefore I was excited to work on this project,” you say.
Additionally, Google Arts & Culture is honoring BTS ARMY in a special partnership with BTS called “BTS x Street Galleries.” Street View tours of the locations where BTS has fond experiences are given to fans as part of the partnership.
Each of the 14 locations offers fans the chance to construct their own Street Gallery using exclusive images and works by RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, V, Jimin, and Jung Kook in addition to artworks selected by the band.
In order to conduct the #MyBTStory competition exclusively, BTS collaborated with YouTube Shorts. A special ARMY tribute video will be released on BTS’ official YouTube account the following Wednesday, July 13, to end up the month-long challenge, which allowed music fans worldwide to share their most amazing BTS moments.
ARMY, an acronym for “Adorable Representative MC for Youth,” is the term BTS gave their devoted followers in 2013.
The third-most subscribed music artist on YouTube, the K-pop trio has more than 67 million subscribers to their own YouTube channel, BangtanTV (behind Blackpink and Justin Bieber).
The band has six music videos in the Billion Views Club on YouTube as of right now. The “Butter” music video had 108.2 million views on its first day, taking the top spot on YouTube in that category. BTS’s “Dynamite” came in second with 101.1 million views in the first 24 hours.
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