Google Search, or simply Google, is a Google LLC built online search engine. With 92.62 per cent market share as of June 2019, it is the most used search engine on the World Wide Web across all channels, performing more than 5.4 billion requests per day.
The order of search results returned by Google is based in part on the "PageRank" priority rank method. Google Search also offers several different personalised search choices, using icons to contain, remove, define or enable certain search habits.
And includes advanced immersive experiences, such as flight status and monitoring of packages, weather predictions, translations of currencies, units and hours, term descriptions, and more.
As opposed to other data such as images or data found in libraries, the key purpose of Google Search is to search for text in freely available documents offered by web servers.
Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Scott Hassan initially created it in 1997. In June 2011, to search for spoken, rather than written words, Google launched "Google Voice Search". In May 2012, an Information Graph semantic search function was launched by Google in the U.S.