Google Flip a Coin: A Creative Way to Leave Something to Fate

Last updated on December 7th, 2020

Flipping a coin is one of the most common ways to leave a decision to fate. The concept is often used in sports, such as Cricket, American football and volleyball to determine which team will start the innings. Flipping a coin is also commonly used across different cultures and events to decide an outcome. But what if you don’t have a coin handy or wish to do away with the chance of someone tricking you by manipulating the coin during the flip? Why not flip a coin virtually? Google Flip is a creative way to leave something to fate using Google Search!

How to use Google Flip?

Google has various services which serve as alternatives for real objects used for a toss, settling a dispute, making a decision or playing a game. One of these was covered in our earlier review of Google Dice. Google Flip is a similar service by which you can flip a coin using Google Search. To flip a coin, simply type ‘flip a coin’ or simply, ‘flip coin’. This will flip a coin in Google Search.

Flip a Coin

To flip a coin once more, you can click Flip Again. You can continue flipping the coin as many times as you want. Using Google Flip can be a fun way to play games, make quick decisions or decide an outcome using something as simple as a quick Google search.

Google Flip

JustFlipACoin.Com

One of the top results you will find when you search ‘flip a coin’ also includes a service called justflipacoin.com. This service instantly flips a coin once you visit the website. You can also flip the coin by clicking ‘Flip again’?

Justflipacoin

There are also options for flipping coins in different colors. the website also gives a count for the number of times it has been used for flipping coins.

Flip a coin using justflipacoin.com

There are a number of services you can use to virtually flip coins or roll a dice. However, Google Search is perhaps the easiest and quickest way to instantly perform a coin flip or to roll the dice. With some creativity, you can also include a flip a coin effect in a PowerPoint presentation or Google Slides.

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