This uses the results of Google, but completely anonymously. In Europe Europe Desktop Smartphone Tablet Google 89.07% 97.38% 95.30% Bing 4.94% 0.30% 2.38% Yahoo! 1.51% 0.40% 0.94% Yandex 2.45% 1.25% 0.50% Across Europe, Google remains just under 90% in the last quarter of 2019. engine and together with Yahoo! (which also uses Bing results) just under 6.50%. Google is particularly large on smartphones, followed by Yandex as the second search engine with a 1.25% market share. Tablets show a slightly different picture than smartphones.
Bing (and Yahoo!) are used relatively more on tablets than on smartphones. United Kingdom Desktop Smartphone Tablet Google 85.39% 97.85% 93.43% Bing 9.34% 0.45% 4.54% Yahoo! 2.42% 0.94% 1.33% Of all the numbers in these search engine market shares Q4 2019, Bing and Yahoo! the context you phone number list are largest market share in England. Particularly on desktop and laptop, the market share is quite high with 9.34% for Bing and 2.42% for Yahoo! It is striking that MSN with 1.03% also has an excellent market share in favor of the Bing results. On top of the 85.39% of the searches that Google processes, 0.83% actually comes through Duckduckgo.
While Google on Smartphone processes almost 98% of the searches, the market share on tablets is much lower at less than 93.50%. Bing (4.54%) and Yahoo! (1.33%) have a significant market share. Germany Desktop Smartphone Tablet Google 89.91% 98.34% 96.09% Bing 6.03% 0.40% 1.99% Yahoo! 1.03% 0.28% 0.51% Google's market share in Germany on desktop and laptop is just under 90%. The combination of Bing and Yahoo! handles more than 7% of searches, while Duckduckgo (not included in the table) has a market share of 0.80%. On smartphones, the search engine landscape is quite fragmented outside of Google, which is by far the largest at 98.34%. Ecosia (0.45%), Bing (0.40%), Duckduckgo (0.34%), and Yahoo! (0.28%) follow at a very wide distance.