Smartphone searches for information regarding the Olympics have passed those that are made on tablets and PCs, according to data recently released by Google.
The search engine released the data on their blog, explaining that Olympic related searches had dramatically increased in the first week of the games.
For example in the UK 46 percent of all Olympic searches where made on smartphones and tablets.
During some key moments mobile searches have been the predominate way in which information was gathered. For example when Paul McCartney appeared at the end of the opening ceremony, searches for the Artist shot through the roof.
The use of mobile applications to keep track of the Olympics is also high, stats were released stating that the official results app has been downloaded over 8.1 million times.