Google searches through mobile devices already exceed those made on computers, he said today at a technology conference Amit Singhal, head of Alphabet search, parent of that company.
Singhal said during the conference site Recode technology, held in the town of Half Moon Bay (California), mobile search that is placed on the head during the third quarter of this year.
“The way we see the searches is how (users) interact with the computer,” Singhal, who stressed that the computer can take place on devices with very different sizes said.
The number of searches on Google over 100 million monthly and the company had already announced in May that in a dozen countries, including Japan and the United States was more common to be executed in mobile than desktop computers.
That change in the habits of users has forced Google to reconsider its core business, which is based on advertising, more difficult to deploy on devices with smaller screens.
The rise of mobile devices has also led to an explosion of applications, another challenge for Google, which is working to develop a method to include links to applications on your search engine.