Use Google spell checker. Entering a word into Google is a quick way to see if you have the right spelling. If it’s incorrect, Google will suggest the correct spelling instead.
Find out what time it is anywhere in the world. Search for “time” and then the name of the city. For example, try: [time Salt Lake City]
Get quick currency conversions. Google can also do currency conversion. For example: [100 pounds in dollars]
Track flight status. Enter the airline and flight number into the Google search box and get back the arrival and departure times right inside Google's search results. Try: [Delta flight 562]
Area code lookup. Need to know where a phone number is located? Google will let you know where it is, and show you a map of the area, too. For example: [area code 415]
Movie lookup. Find reviews and showtimes. Try: [movies Hunger Games]
Stocks. Look up stock information by entering just the ticker symbol. Try: [goog]
Unit conversion: Easily convert between different units of measurement. Try [67 inches in cm]
Public information. To see trends for population and unemployment rates of U.S. states and counties, type "population" or "unemployment rate" followed by a state or county. You can click through to a page that lets you compare different locations. Try: [population Los Angeles]
Find a definition. If you want to get a definition of a word or an idea, you can use the “define:” operator to return definitions from various dictionaries. For example: [define:parallelogram]. You can also use "what is" - try: [what is ebola].
There are many more Google tricks to explore.