To keep you chuckling while we wait for this year’s gags to roll in, let’s take a look at some of the best from previous years. Google has become the undisputed king of April Fool’s Day, released more than a dozen hoaxes each year since at least 2008. Last year, YouTube claimed it created all the viral memes itself and revealed details of the upcoming crazes, while Google allowed users capture Pokémon while exploring Maps. In 2011 the tech company pretended to release Google Translate for Animals and also told users they could operate Gmail using physical body gestures.