Were looking for in Google in 2012 In the end, Google has traditionally presented an annual rating «Zeitgeist» («The Spirit of Time"), reflecting the significant events of the year, trends, people, and based on more than a trillion of user requests a search engine corporation. Euro 2012 was the most popular topic of Google search in 2012. This was followed by Olympic tickets in second place, Whitney Houston in the third and Kate Middleton on April fourth and Jones fifth. This year, the year of her death, Whitney Houston was the person who was looking through Google more often. Followed by Kate Middleton, Gary Barlow, Tulisov and Jessica Ennis. After his speech at the Olympic Games in London Usain Bolt was an Olympian, who was looking at Google more often in 2012. Michael Phelps finished second in the list, Roger Federer - the third, Bolt's teammate Yohan Blake was on the fourth and swimmer Ryan Lochte came in fifth place. Andy Murray looking for most of the British Olympic team after he won gold and silver medals at the Olympic Games in London. After receiving the bronze medal was the second Tom Daley, Jessica Ennis third, fourth Mo Farah and Victoria Pendleton fifth. Synchronized swimming was the most frequent searches of sports topics in Google in 2012. This was followed by a killer ball, basketball wheelchair, volleyball, archery, respectively. Mike Knight, the animated series for children, was the most popular TV show in search queries to Google in 2012. American drama Homeland ranked second, reality show Only Way is Essex in third place, Jonathan Ross Show on the fourth and Celebrity Big Brother on the fifth. Skayfoll coordinates, the new James Bond film, was the most frequent finding in the 2012 film. This was followed by the trilogy prikvell the Alien - Prometheus in second place on the third Hunger Games, Magic Mike on the fourth and the fifth Give 2. Song Gangnam Style South Korean pop star PSY become a song you were looking for more often in 2012. It was followed by Call Me Maybe Carly Rae Jepsen singer in second place, Blow Me One Last Kiss on Pink in the third, Beneath Your Beautiful by Labrinth on the fourth and the official song of the Olympics Survival of Muse on the fifth. Participant X Factor Lucie Spraggon was the most common musical performer in Google search queries in 2012. Military Wives follows her in second place on the third Will.i.am, Emile Sande in the fourth and the fifth PSY. Jeremy Hunt, Minister of Health, was a politician, the most frequently mentioned in the search query in Google in 2012. Boris Johnson, followed by a second, Justine Greening the third, fourth, and Alex Salmond, Michael Gove in fifth place. The city, which will host the next Olympic Games, Rio de Janeiro, was the most frequent in the search query in Google as a place to travel in 2012. Greece is following him in second place Brazil in the third, fourth, and Dubai in Paris in fifth place. London was in first place among the most often fall into the cities to search Google Maps UK in 2012. Bristol followed in second place on the third Manchester, Edinburgh in the fourth and the fifth Brighton. "Hotel" was the most frequent searches on Google maps in 2012. It was followed by "restaurant" in the second place, "pubs" on the third, "camping" in the fourth and "Tesco" in fifth. "How to draw" was the most frequent searches in a series of "how" to Google in 2012. Followed by "how to kiss" in second place, "how to" on the third, "how to crochet" in fourth and "how to connect" on the fifth. "What is love" was the most frequent searches in a series of "What is" in Google in 2012. Following him are "what ICloud», runner-up, "What is 3G» in third place, "What is Scientology" in fourth and "what is Instagram» on the fifth.
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