Remember Snake, the game you used to play on your Nokia 3310? Well Slither.io is like that except now you have a smartphone. TBH, its popularity is probably due to our nostalgia.
2. Pokemon Go
Everybody went cray for Pokemon Go when it finally launched in the Philippines—another sweet reminder of our childhood. Which team were you on?
3. Google App
Duh. It offers a lot of search functions that help you go through your contact list, determine a specific location, and filter your email, to name a few.
4. Clash of Clans
This game was released in 2012, and it’s still one of the most popular games out there. You get to build your own villages, raise an army, and battle with people from around the world.
5. Google Street View
With Google Street View, you can look up a specific place—landmark, museum, or restaurant—and feel like you’re there! It might just be the cheapest way to travel. ;)
6. Google Translate
This one remains a favorite of all the globetrotters out there. Google Translate instantly translates words, phrases, and even web pages. The best part? It’s free!
7. Animal Jam
Animal Jam is an online app for kids. It lets children meet and play with other "animals" in the wild world of Jamaa.
It has a song for every mood you’re in. Spotify also lets you discover other songs and listen to other people’s playlists!
Messenger is a messaging app—like Viber or WhatsApp—and it allows you to text people, even if they don’t have a Facebook account. Recently, they introduced a feature that’s similar to Snapchat and Instagram Stories!
Any science lovers out there? Players control a cell and the goal is to swallow as many smaller cells as possible without getting swallowed by the cells that are bigger than you!
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This list is based on the top trending searches on Google in the Philippines. For the Year in Search, visit Google.com/2016.