This year, if you found yourselves asking "what day is it?" you weren’t alone. That question was searched on Google more than ever before. See what else trended as we all adjusted to new routines.
In times of uncertainty, people seek understanding and meaning. 2020 was a year of deep questioning, as the world searched "why" more than ever, according to Google Trends. Explore more trends from the year at #YearInSearch
Search for a song with a hum. Just say “what song is this” or tap the search a song button and hum away. #HumToSearch
In a year of uncertainty, the world searched "why" more than ever. Tap to watch the full #YearInSearch film, featuring the questions we asked in 2020.
This February, we're celebrating the Black history makers who have helped shape and influence American culture. According to @GoogleTrends data, these icons, events and movements are #TheMostSearched in the U.S. → #BHM
The questions we asked in 2015 revealed who we are. See what we wanted to know. #YearInSearch
Do these five simple things to help stop coronavirus (COVID-19). DO THE FIVE 1️⃣ HANDS: Wash them often 2️⃣ ELBOW: Cough into it 3️⃣ FACE: Don’t touch it 4️⃣ FEET: Stay more than 3ft (1m) apart 5️⃣ FEEL: Sick? Stay home *General public health information*
#AltonSterling and #PhilandoCastile ’s lives mattered. Black lives matter. We need racial justice now.
As 2016 draws to a close, let’s take a look back through the moments that defined it. #YearInSearch