Even though Google is known for domination the search market, the company is no stranger to mobile either. New data from Opera shows that Google has a huge lead over its closers rival.
According to the most recent Opera State of the Mobile Report, Google’s search portal accounts “for more than 9% of all page views on the mobile Web.”
Yahoo can only claim 4.3 percent of page views, which isn’t bad, just not good when compared to Google’s numbers.
To get Bing’s share, Opera had to consider an extra place to the right of the decimal point. The final number was 0.03 percent, which is one three-hundredth of Google’s share.
Don’t worry; Google hasn’t taken over the world, yet. Opera’s co-founder, Jon von Tetzchner, released a statement saying, “While Google performs well globally, we also see several local search engines, such as Yandex in Russia and Ukraine, and Baidu in China, have impressive results in their key markets.”