The above graph represents the mobile search engine market share worldwide by month, starting from January 2009 to the current month. The world’s top mobile search engines are Google, Yahoo!, Baidu, Bing and YANDEX. Interestingly, in June 2020, about 95.01% of all searches on mobile devices were made on Google.
As the graph shows, Google has been dominating the global mobile search engine market since January 2009. In fact, Google is the most used search engine across all platforms, globally. However, Google search market share declined 0.57% point, from 95.58% in June 2019 to 95.01% in June 2020.
China’s Baidu is the world’s second widely used search engine on mobiles. Baidu accounted for 1.22% share of the worldwide mobile search engine market as of June 2020.
It is important to note that Yandex overtook Yahoo! in the global mobile search engine market in June 2020. Approximately 1.11% of all searches made during June month were on Yandex search engine.
The market share of Yahoo! search engine has declined over the last 11 years. As of June 2020, Yahoo! is holding 0.9% share of the mobile search market worldwide.
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