What People Searched For Most in 2015, According to ( Google )

Some signs of the church in capital letters proclaim that “Google can not meet all searches.” That is perhaps true in religious contexts, but the search engine is undoubtedly a conduit for information and answers.

Almost two thirds of desktop Internet queries in the US They go through Google, and keywords and questions that users around the world feed into the search engine reflect reactions to the big news and the zeitgeist of the given year. In 2015, those searches were from the April earthquake in Nepal for the infamous attacks in Paris in January and November the new Star Wars movie coming out Friday dress.

Google released its annual Year in Search Wednesday to look back at the stories and themes mind of people in 2015.

“From the devastation empowerment and tragedy to hope, our annual Year 15th Search finds moments that captured hearts-and questions world revealing who we are,” Amit Singhal, senior vice president of Google for searchHe said in a company blog announcing the compilation of this year. “De ‘How can I help Nepal” to “How can the world find peace?,’ Here’s a look back at 2015 through the lens of the Google search.”

 

Google’s list of top trending searches and US Global Both Begin With Lamar Odom, the former NBA player separated from wife Khloe Kardashian WHO was found unconscious at a Las Vegas brothel in October. The overall list Continues with Charlie Hebdo, Agar.io, Jurassic World, Paris, Furious 7, Fallout 4 Ronda Rousey, Caitlyn Jenner and American Sniper.

The US top 10 list contains most of it the same searches, in a different order, but Replaces Charlie Hebdo and Furious 7 with Chris Kyle and Straight Outta Compton.

The search engine created a graphic to depict the search volume and life cycle of the year’s biggest news stories, Including the January and November attacks in Paris That triggered searches Nearly 900 million; the 2015 Oscars, Which racked up more than 400 million searches; and the Women’s World Cup, Which got roughly 113 million searches. This year, Google has provided in-depth Also looks at each story, with additional graphics, visualizations and videos…….

 

 

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