Google Statistics and Revenue Totals for 2024

Last Updated on: January 14th, 2024

Here are a few of the most interesting Google statistics and facts I was able to dig up including restaurant count, revenue totals and employee counts. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Google Facts

Here is pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about Google.

  • Website: Official Website
  • Year Founded: 1998
  • Headquarters: Mountain View, CA
  • Founder(s): Larry Page and Sergey Brin
  • Current Chief Executive: Sundar Pichai
  • Parent Company: Alphabet
  • Subsidiaries / Brands: YouTube, Android, DoubleClick, Waze, Nest, Fitbit, Snapseed, Waymo, DeepMind, Google Fiber, Verily
  • App Download (iOS)
  • App Download (Android)

Google Statistics revenue totals facts 2023
Google is a multinational technology company that specializes in internet-related products and services. The company was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were Ph.D. students at Stanford University, and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.Google is best known for its search engine, which is used by billions of people around the world to find information on the internet. In addition to search, the company offers a wide range of products and services, including email, online advertising, cloud computing, mobile operating systems, and more.Google’s products and services have become ubiquitous in modern life, and the company has become one of the world’s largest and most influential technology companies. Its products and services are used by individuals, businesses, and organizations of all sizes, and the company has a strong presence in many industries.Google has also become known for its commitment to innovation and research, and has invested heavily in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other cutting-edge technologies. The company has also been recognized for its efforts in sustainability and social responsibility, and has become a leader in promoting renewable energy and reducing its environmental footprint.Overall, Google has had a significant impact on modern life, and its products and services have become an integral part of how people communicate, work, and interact with the world around them.Important Dates in Google History

  • The first Google algorithm, named BackRub, is developed: 1996
  • domain registered: September 15, 1997
  • Google AdWords launches: October 23, 2000
  • Google News launches: 2002
  • Google AdSense launches: June 18, 2003
  • Google goes public: 2004
  • is formed: 2004
  • Gmail launches: April 1, 2004 (beta)
  • Google purchases the Android OS: July 2005
  • Google Maps launches: 2005
  • Google purchases YouTube: November 13, 2006
  • Google purchases DoubleClick: April 13, 2007
  • Google Chrome launches: September 2, 2008
  • The first Android-based phone is released: September 2008
  • Google purchases Admob: May 27, 2010
  • Google+ launches: June 28, 2011 (beta)
  • Google purchases Motorola Mobility: August 15, 2011
  • Google purchases Waze: June 2013
  • Google launches Chromecast: July 2013
  • Google reorganizes and creates the Alphabet holding company: August 2015
  • Google+ shut down: April 2019
  • Google launches Stadia: November 19, 2019
  • Google purchases Fitbit: November 2019
  • Google purchases Looker: February 2020

Google Statistics

Google Employee Count

Number of Google Employees: 

118,899 employees (2020)

Google Revenue Totals

Alphabet Revenue (annual):

Google Statistics Alphabet Annual Revenue (in millions) Alphabet net income (annual):

Google Statistics Alphabet Annual Net Income (in millions)Google Search revenue (annual):

Google Cloud revenue (annual):

Additional Google Statistics

How many Google searches per year?
2 trillion (2016)

How many Google searches per month?

over 100 billion searches (2015)

Average number of Google searches per second:

2.3 million (2016)

How many people use Google?

1.17 billion (2013)

Percentage of Google searchers that click on the first search result:

28.5% (2020)

Google search results clickthrough rate for first 10 results:

    • First position: 28.5%
    • Second position: 15.7%
    • Third position: 11%
    • Fourth position: 8%
    • Fifth position: 7.2%
    • Sixth position: 5.1%
    • Seventh position: 4%
    • Eight position: 3.2%
    • Ninth position: 2.8%
    • Tenth position: 2.5%

Last updated 7/14/21 (source)

Percentage of Google searches that return a featured snippet:


Percentage of Google searches that return a ‘people also ask’ box:

43% (2018)

Percentage of mobile Google searches that return a direct answer box:

10% (2018)

Percentage of mobile Google searches that return at least 1 AMP result on the first page:

23% (2018)

Number of languages Google search is available in:

150 (2018)

Number of countries Google search is available in:

190 (2018)

Google’s market share for U.S. search:

92% (2020)

Google share of U.S. mobile organic search market:

96% (2019)

Number of web pages indexed on Google:

130 trillion (2016)

Percentage of Google searches that are unique (new):

15% (2020)

Number of websites Google refers traffic to daily:

over 100 million different websites (2020)

Number of websites with Google AMP:

31 billion (2018)

Average number of AMP pages added weekly:

35 million (2017)

Number of right to be forgotten requests that Google has received to date:

2.4 million requests (2018)

Number of links Google has removed because right to be forgotten requests:

1 million links (2018)

Percentage of links that Google has been requested to remove that they have removed:

43% (2018)

Percentage of all website referral traffic that comes from Google:

44% (2017)

Percentage of US organic search visits that are from Google:

92% (2018)

Percentage of all Google searches that are no-click:

50.3% (2019)

Number of places in Google Local that the “Popular Times” feature is available on:

20 million places (2020)

Number of connections Google makes between customers and businesses each month:

4 billion connections (2020)

Number of people that use Google Discover:

800 million monthly active users (2019)

Number of changes Google made to search in 2018:


Number of experiments Google performed on search in 2018:


Number of manual action notices Google sent to webmasters in 2017:

6 million

Number of manual action notices Google sent to webmasters in 2016:

9 million

Number of Google Cardboard VR headsets shipped all time:

10 million (2017)

Number of Google Cardboard app downloads all time:

160 million (2017)

Number of books in Google Books:

40 million books (2019)

Average amount of time that the average Project Loon balloon can stay in the air for:

100 days

Google Bug Bounty program payouts (annual):

Amount Google spends on lobbying (annual)

Amount Google reportedly paid Apple in 2014 to become the default search engine on the iPhone:

$1 billion

Amount Google paid for Fitbit:

Around $2.1 billion

Amount Google paid for Bump:

Between $30-60 million

Amount Google paid for Nest:

$3.2 billion

Amount Google reportedly purchased Motorola Mobility for in 2011:

$12.5 billion 

Amount Google reportedly sold Motorola Mobility for to Lenovo in 2014:

$2.91 billion

Top overall global Google search:

Top global Google searched news story:

Top global Google searched person:

Top global Google searched actor:

Top global Google searched athlete:

Top global Google searched movie:

Top global Google searched TV show:

Google App Stats:

Number of Google Docs users:

500 million (2018)

Amount of content that is added to Gmail, Drive and Photos daily:

4.3 million GB (2020)

Number of Google Files app users:

150 million monthly users (2020)

Number of podcasts available in Google Podcasts:

2 million (2018)

Number of Google Photos users:

1 billion users (2019)

Number of people that view Google Photos Memories monthly:

120 million (2020)

Number of photos and videos backed up on Google Photos each day:

1.2 billion (2017)

Number of times Google Photos has been downloaded:

1 billion (2017)

How many people use Google Drive:

1 billion (2018)

How many people use Google Sheets:

500 million (2019)

How many people use Google Maps:

1 billion users (2020)

Number of Google Maps app downloads:

5 billion downloads (2019)

Number of Google Maps listings:

200 million (2020)

Number of countries covered by Google Maps Street View:

87 (2020)

Number of images collected for Google Street View:

170 billion (2020)

Amount of distance the Google Street View has traveled:

10 million miles (2020)

Number of Google Maps local guides:

50 million (2017)

Average number of new places added to Google Maps monthly:

700,000 (2017)

Number of countries covered in Google Maps:

220 countries (2019)

Number of spam reviews on Google Maps removed in 2020:

55 million reviews

How many people use Google Calendar:

500 million installs (2018)

Number of Google Duo downloads:

100 million (2017)

Average number of weekly new Google Duo users:

10 million new users per week (2020)

How many people use Google Calculator:

100 million downloads (2018)

Number of Google Go users:

100 million Play Store installs (2019)

Number of Google Keep users:

1 billion Play Store installs (2020)

Number of businesses that pay for Google’s G Suite:

6 million (2020)

Number of Google Wallpaper app installs:

500 million installs (2021)

Number of Google Slides app installs:

1 billion installs (2022)

Please note that some of these numbers are easier to find than others. A few of these Google statistics come from their own reports, but some are based on news reports and not official company tallies. No information contained on DMR should be relied upon to make investment decisions. Basically, this is the best I can find and I don’t guarantee anything to be 100%.

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