Microsoft Unveils the Year's Most Searched Topics on Bing
Article by George Norman
On 13 Dec 2016
Just like last year, the year before that, and the year before that, Microsoft analyzed the billions of searches conducted on Bing to uncover the most popular topics people have searched for throughout the year.

Take a look below to see 2016’s top 10 most searched video games, top 10 most searched celebrities, top 10 most searched tech trends, and more. But first, here’s the cute video that Microsoft rolled out alongside the Bing 2016 end of year recap.
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And now, here are all of Bing’s end of the year top 10 lists (in infographic form).



Via Bing Trends.

Please note that these are the top Bing searches in the US.


In related news…


As 2016 comes to an end, Facebook took a look back at the topics and videos that captured everyone’s attention this year. Here are the top 10 most popular topics and videos on Facebook this 2016.

Just like Bing, Yahoo! analyzed all the things people have been searching for. Yahoo Year in Review 2016 presents the year’s top 10 searches, top 10 celebrities, top 10 companies, and more.

Google has yet to present the year’s top searched topics. It did present 2016’s most popular Android apps though.




Tags: Microsoft, Bing, year in review, Bing Trends, Bing end of year recap, top searches, most popular searches, search engine, Facebook, Yahoo, Google, Android
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