Google spent $26 billion to take over as the default search engine on phones and browsers.

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According to a presentation shown during a federal antitrust lawsuit, Google paid a significant sum of $26.3 billion in 2021 to keep its position as the default search engine on mobile devices and online browsers.

This comprehensive graph illuminates the financial contracts Google maintains with its partners, with a sizeable chunk probably going to Apple in return for being the default search engine on their devices.

Google is accused by the U.S. Department of Justice and a group of state attorneys general of abusing its overwhelming market share in general search to bar rivals from vital distribution channels, like Apple’s Safari web browser.

Even though the $26.3 billion comes from a number of collaborations, Apple is expected to be the main beneficiary of these payments.



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