After speed test, Google Search now has a RGB/Hex color converter

While Google is the ultimate tool to get answers to your queries  and find websites, there are some questions which even Google doesn’t have an answer. However, Google has been slowly and steadily been working to bring even more functionality directly in its search without having to leave Google. After allowing Googlers to find their find their IP address and convert units directly from their search bar, last month the search behemoth also allowed users to run a speed test  from Search.

Following that trend, now Google has added an RGB to Hex converter. This was first noticed by a Redditor who informed the world through a Reddit thread.

Though the feature may not be of any use to laymen, it’s a great feature for techies. If you’re unfamiliar, RGB and Hex are both color spaces used to identify colors. For example, #000000 in Hex and (0,0,0) in RGB both refer to Black. Searching ‘RGB to Hex’ brings up a simple color picker that shows results in RGB and Hex. You can search any Hex or RGB value, and it will show the color in both formats. For example, rgb(0,0,0) and #000000 show the same result.

This seems to work in both the Google search app, as well as the desktop search. Perhaps a small addition, but a welcome one.