These were Google’s most popular searches in 2017.
Google is the best tool for searching the world’s information.
Since its creation in 1998, the service has become a reliable source for answering any type of questions and studying the topics people were most curious about.
This year, according to the company‘s list, questions like how to run for office, how to make a protest sign and how to be a good parent were asked more than ever before.
The list, released on Wednesday, breaks down results into categories and comes to life after Google studies its trillions of searches, filters out spam and repeats and identifies queries that had the largest uptick in traffic compared with the previous year.
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Hurricane Irma, the Las Vegas shooting, Bitcoin, North Korea and the Solar Eclipse figure as the global news most searched for on the multinational tech company.
Among people, Matt Lauer, Meghan Markle, Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey and Gal Gadot trended the most in 2017.
Curiosity on the Apple’s new iPhones, how to make a fidget spinner and the recipe for ground beef where among the most wanted searches for the year that comes to an end.
What did you search for?