Google's Top Searches of 2018

Google's Top Searches of 2018

The Royal wedding in Britain was ranked sixth.

The data listed only includes searches made within the United States and not on a global scale.

As far as overall searches, the World Cup takes home that crown, but some deceased musicians are also on the list: Avicii is second, Mac Miller is third, and XXXTentacion is eighth.

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From sport to referenda, the Irish public took to Google with a wide range of searches in 2018.

Google also has a "Year in Search 2018" webpage that breaks down the top searches into several categories.

Google has released its annual list of the most searched-for terms on its platform, with the 2018 FIFA World Cup topping the list. 2018 was also a year of tragedy.

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Aside from the Indian Tamil-language action title, there were many Indian movies featured among the top 10 search queries, including Baaghi 2, Tiger Zinda Hai, and Dhadak.

Every year, Google gets billions of searches across different platforms and genres from millions of users from around the globe.

One more! Guess who the most searched personality of 2018 in India was? The contest, which saw France claim victory over Croatia in host country Russian Federation, was Ireland's most popular search term. The company also mentioned that "How to.' and "What is.' are among the most interesting searches". The most-searched movie in the U.S. was Black Panther, followed by Incredibles 2, Deadpool 2, and Avengers: Infinity War.

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