Google's Sorry Captcha Lives At sorry.google.com

Jan 2, 2015 - 7:45 am 4 by
Filed Under Misc Google

sorry gameWe know sometimes, when you do something on Google, Google wants to verify you are a human and not a robot. So they serve up a captcha for you to prove you are someone typing with real fingers.

I often see people complaining about that in the forums but the truth is, it is rare for a user to stumble upon the Sorry screen in normal daily Google activities.

Did you know that you can access this captcha directly, without fail, by going to sorry.google.com?

I am not sure when that became available? But it is available now.

I also don't see much discussion around this subdomain name in Google. So it isn't a big deal, although everything with Google is a big deal - or it is fairly new.

Here is a picture of what it looks like:

Sorry Google

I spotted this on Hacker News.

 

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