Google year ends with some fascinating search terms for 2022.
Google releases a fascinating list of the most popular searches for a range of topics, such as locations, celebrities, etc.
In a fascinating summary of 2022, Google offered a list of the top web queries that users found most interesting. Now Google year ends with some fascinating search terms for 2022.
The most frequently searched term of the year was “Wordle,” the name of the word-guessing game that had everyone enthralled with their word of the day. The news item on the US election that day attracted the most search engine traffic. The passing of British Queen Elizabeth II and actress Betty White were among the top news searches, coming in at numbers two and three, respectively.
“We don’t talk about Bruno” was the most well-liked song from the new Disney movie Encanto, which is based on Marvel’s comedic superhero Thor. The list of categories also includes the most well-known names, phrases, performers, films, etc. Euphoria and Stranger Things were the two most sought-after TV shows, and Johnny Depp topped the list of actors and persons.
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Due to its alarmingly high UFO encounter rate, Google also included searches for historical locations on Google Maps, with Skinwalker Ranch in Utah, the US, ranking in the top spot. The most often requested news during an election year was that, which was the second-most popular search overall. The actress Betty White and Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom passed away in 2022, which grieved us and caused the second- and third-most news searches, respectively.
Check out our list of the best movies and TV shows about the Queen if you want to learn more about this illustrious leader. Users were able to look up historical locations on Google Maps as well, and the curiously named Skinwalker Ranch in Utah caught their eye. We all appreciate a frightening mystery, as long as it isn’t nearby, and this is the area where UFO sightings have been reported.
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According to a Google service that allows users to hum a song to start a search, “Everybody” by the Backstreet Boys was the song that was hummed the most during the year. In what looks to be a hoax, Google entertained us with the second-most popular song, Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up.
Despite the abundance of year-end recaps available, Google unquestionably reflects the nation’s spirit. The entire list of the top Google searches for 2022 is available on Google Trends.
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