Google News Here are the Most Trending Searches, Pakistanis did on Google in 2016 By Rehan Rasheed Posted on December 14, 2016 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr “Cricket” has been the most interesting topic in Pakistan, searched this year Google today announced its annual Year in Pakistan Search, which looks back at 2016 through the collective eyes of searches on Google’s regional website and offers a unique perspective on the year’s major events, top news makers and hottest trends. While the most popular searches of 2016 on google.com.pk has been “Cricket score”, “PSL schedule 2016” and “PTV Sports Live”, the most trending people searches include Qandeel Baloch, Amjad Sabri and Abdul Sattar Edhi in order. Checkout the list of most trending searches and people searches on Google in Pakistan this year Trending searches of 2016 on google.com.pk Cricket score PSL schedule 2016 PTV Sports Live Euro 2016 PAK vs ENG iPhone 7 Bigg Boss 9 T20 World Cup Schedule 2016 Sultan Olympic Games Rio 2016 Trending people searches of 2016 on google.com.pk QandeelBaloch AmjadSabri Abdul Sattar Edhi Donald Trump MominaMustehsan Mumtaz Qadri Pratyusha Banerjee Hillary Clinton Melania Trump DJ Bravo Video: Year 2016 in Search If you are not familiar about this yearly report from Google, the search engine giant reveals the Internet’s spirit of the times through an exploration of the over one trillion search queries they receive each year. In addition to year end Searches, which highlights the top trends of the year, they also have several tools that give insight into global, regional, past and present search trends. Also note that Google Search tools can not be used to identify individual users because they rely on anonymity, aggregated counts of how often certain search queries occur over time. These tools are available year-round for you to play with, explore, and learn. Visit google.com/2016 to explore the rest of the 2016 Year in Search stories and top trending charts from countries around the world.