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Google Paid Apple $1 billion To Keep Search Available On IPhones And IPads

The search engine giant, Google, Inc is reportedly said to have paid a huge amount of money approximately $1 billion to Apple.Inc to keep its search engine on Iphones and Ipads in 2014, according to Bloomberg.

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Additionally, according to the court proceeding records from Oracle Corp’s copyright lawsuit against Google, Apple, Inc has a financial agreement with the search engine giant where by Google has to give a percentage of revenue it generates through Apple device.

From now on, you have to know that the Google search on your iphone is worth $1 billion.

Both companies have kept this information as highly confidential and never publicly disclosed it.

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