London, Sep 28: Google released a special misspelt version of its logo -with a double 'l'- to signify the completion of 11 years since its creation.
The search giant's name appeared as 'Googlle' on its home page on Sunday, Sep 27.
And within hours of the new logo going live, phrases like 'why is google spelt wrong' and 'why does google have two 'l's' started bombarding the web, reports the Telegraph.
Google was formed by Larry Page and Sergey Brin 11 years ago this month - in September 1998.
The company has a history of altering its doodle to celebrate its own anniversaries.
For its tenth birthday last year the first letter 'o' in Google was replaced with a cupcake.
Google has always used its logo as a way of commemorating important historical dates and major world events.