This overview we report, as always, the market shares per device group for the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium and the whole of Europe. Also check out the newer Market Shares search engines Q2 2017 The Netherlands Desktop Smartphone Tablet Google 90.31% 98.78% 97.91% Bing 7.00% 0.21% 0.75% Yahoo! 1.43% 0.72% 0.76% Bing breaks the 7% market share barrier on desktop and laptop. This cannibalizes a bit with Yahoo! (down 0.11%), but particularly from Google coming from 91.06% market share on desktop and laptop. On smartphones, the changes were minimal.
Google can only grow very little, but it did (+0.03%). Bing and Yahoo! decreased by 0.02% and 0.08% respectively. On tablets, Google's market share remained flat in the first quarter of 2017. Bing and Yahoo! experienced a drop of 0.02% (Bing) and 0.06% (Yahoo!) In Europe Europe Desktop Smartphone Tablet the phone number list same Google 88.27% 97.80% 94.07% Bing 5.58% 0.30% 2.98% Yahoo! 1.95% 0.96% 1.67% Yandex 2.85% 0.71% 0.77% In Q1 2017, Google showed that it remains the search engine on smartphones and tablets. On desktop, the decline continues to accelerate in favor of Bing and Yandex. Google lost a good 1.47% on the 'traditional' devices.
Microsoft's search engine was used on both Yahoo! (+0.13%) used more, but certainly on the Bing domains themselves, the increase on desktop was particularly high (0.66%). In an absolute sense that seems to be not too bad, but in a relative sense the increase is more than 13%! The Russian Yandex was used somewhat more on smartphones and tablets (+0.06% for mobile and +0.05% for tablet), but experienced a large increase in market share on desktop and laptop and rose by 0.56% to 2. 85%. United Kingdom United Kingdom Desktop Smartphone Tablet Google 86.03% 97.79% 90.51% Bing 10.09% 0.36% 6.47% Yahoo! 2.89% 1.65% 2.59% Traditionally, Bing continues to hold a relatively high market share in the search engines compared to non-English speaking countries.