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Google Zeitgeist 2013: WhatsApp Top Searched Mobile App, Chennai Express, Temple Run, Sunny Leone

Google has released its annual analysis of the most searched terms, celebrities, actors, sports persons, top news, politicians and travel destinations with Google Zeitgeist 2013. Interestingly, this year's list also has information on mobile & online games, shopping websites, mobile searches and mobile app searches. Here are some of India-specific trends mentioned in Zeitgeist 2013: Top searches Unlike last year's Zeitgeist, entertainment topics had a significant influence on Google's list of most searched terms for the year. Shahrukh Khan starrer Bollywood movie 'Chennai Express' was the most searched term on Google India in 2013 while other Bollywood movies like Aashiqui 2 (third place), Krrish 3 (sixth place) and Ram Leela (tenth place) made it to the list. Colors' controversial television show Bigg Boss 7 secured the seventh position while celebrities like the American actor Paul Walker who recently died in a car accident was at the eight position and the Bollywood actress Jiah Khan who committed suicide earlier this year was at the ninth position. Others in the list include the cricket tournament 'IPL 2013' at second place, UIDAI which manages the ambitious Aadhaar project (fourth place) and 'GATE 2014' competitive exams (fifth place). Top mobile searches Unlike the desktop search terms, the mobile search terms were more utilitarian in nature with 'restaurants' topping the charts followed by 'bars', and 'movies'. Others in the list include coffee, cricket score, fast food, wallpaper, news, PNR status and weather (in that order). Most Searched Mobile app on mobile Messaging app WhatsApp which recently claimed to have clocked 30 million monthly…

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