Google released the top 10 most searched terms 2014

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Like every year Google released the list of most popular searched terms for the Year 2014. The data was collected by Google for the last twelve months.

According to the top 10 list of most searched terms there is not much difference in the US and the Global list.

US Most searched terms

  1. Robin Williams
  2. World Cup
  3. Ebola
  4. Malaysia Airlines
  5. Flappy Birds
  6. Als Ice Bucket Challenge
  7. ISIS
  8. Freguson
  9. Frozen
  10. Ukraine

Australia Most Searched terms

  1. World Cup
  2. Malaysia Airlines
  3. Robin Williams.
  4. Charlotte Dawson
  5. Phil Hughes
  6. Jennifer Lawrence
  7. Schapelle Corby
  8. myGov
  9. Ebola
  10. Flappy Bird

Global Most Searched terms

  1. Robin Williams
  2. World Cup
  3. Ebola
  4. Malaysia Airlines
  5. ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
  6. Flappy Bird
  7. Conchita Wurst
  8. ISIS
  9. Frozen
  10. Sochi Olympics

Surprisingly there is no Apple product in any list, Since last couple of years we have seen that Apple products makes it into the list of Google most searched terms.

Apple was having its products in the list for last four consecutive years, ipad in 2010, ipad3 and iphone 5 in 2011, ipad 3 again in 2012 and iPhone 5s on 2 #spot in 2013.

This year Apple new products iPhone 6 and 6+ failed to crack a spot on the list, even ipad was not able to grab any position.

This year Robin Williams dominated the most searched word in US as well as Global list. The US and Global trends are almost the same except for Sochi Olympics & Conchita Wurst.

Flappy birds is the first app to make it to list, As per the results that we have searched flappy bird is the first mobile app that came to the list.

Note: You must note that this List by Google is based on year vs year basis of the popularity of the topic compared to last year. This list is not based on raw frequency, if Google takes raw frequency then there will be hardly any changes in the results. Making it the list same as the list of earlier result.

Source: Google trends