April Fools Day

YouTube is closing, Twitter is no longer free, and other April Fools stories

In case you hadn't realized, today is April 1, and that means April Fool's Day. In the past that might mean a practical joke from from someone at the office or a friend, but these days, big companies, particularly tech and social media sites, are pulling out all the stops to make your April Fool's Day an hilarious one. Let's check out some of the best tricks so far: