Earlier this week, we described about the involvement of Smartphones and Tablets in the Olympics since 1996. In Sydney 2000 Olympics, text-messaging was the main center of attraction for users, but now, the scenario has been almost changed.
This week, an analysis by Google researcher showed off a spike in search using smartphones and Tablets during the first two days of the London 2012 Olympics. It has reportedly stated that Japan experienced a 55% mobile search volume surge during the first two days since the start of the London Olympics, followed by Australia, South Korea and New Zealand with 45%, 36% and 27% respectively.
The analysis has also unveiled that European countries showed their interest on mobile searches especially related to the Olympics. One third or more searches of these countries were related to London 2012 Olympics information. In the U.K., 46% of Olympics searches took place on mobile devices.
In the North America, the United States was at the top with 47% of participation for searching Olympics information through Smartphone and Tablet during first two days of London 2012 Olympics, followed by Puerto Rico (41%), Canada (32%) and Mexico (17%).
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