It’s a simple question but it’s an important one, as it suggests the mobile accounts of Nintendo and Microsoft have a strong affinity with consumers.
According to Google Trends data, the Google Play Store accounts of both companies were at the top of the Google Trends charts last year.
Google Trends data shows that both Nintendo and the Google account were at or near the top for mobile device searches.
Nintendo’s Nintendo Account has over 200 million unique monthly users and Microsoft’s Microsoft Account has more than 4 million monthly users.
Google Trends shows that Microsoft’s mobile accounts account for the most of the smartphone search traffic for both Nintendo games and Microsoft Office.
Nintendo accounts were also the top search terms for mobile devices for the last three months of 2016, according to Google.
In addition to Google’s data, Nintendo accounts also saw a strong spike in the top results for Google Search when compared to the year-ago period.
Nintendo’s Nintendo account saw a 12.7% increase in the search volume for Google search queries, while Microsoft’s Xbox account saw an increase of 11.3%.
Nintendo accounts also accounted for over 30% of the mobile device traffic in the United States, according the data.
Nintendo accounted for 29.6% of total smartphone search volume in the US in December 2016, up from 27.2% in December 2015.
Microsoft accounts were in third place, with 26.4% of smartphone search volumes in the same month, down from 29.5% in November.
Google search trends data for Nintendo accounts shows that the company’s Nintendo accounts have seen strong growth over the past year.
Nintendo accounts saw a 20.2-percent increase in mobile device search volume last year, up significantly from 12.9 percent in 2015.
Nintendo and Microsoft are both growing their mobile account accounts by a whopping 50 percent year-over-year, according Google Trends.
Nintendo accounted for 46.4 percent of all mobile device accounts in 2016, while Nintendo accounts accounted for 45.6 percent of mobile device activity in November 2016.
Nintendo is a leader in the mobile game and entertainment market with more than 3.5 billion monthly active users and more than 200 million mobile games in the Nintendo eShop.
Microsoft’s Microsoft account has more users than Google’s Microsoft accounts combined.
Microsoft accounted for 31.2 percent of the total mobile gaming activity in the U.S. in 2016.
Microsoft has a strong mobile gaming strategy, with games like Halo 5: Guardians, Skylanders Imaginators and The Sims 4 on the way.
Microsoft accounts have also enjoyed strong growth in the game and TV streaming space, which accounted for 22.9% of all streaming games in 2016 and up 23.5 percent in November last year (Nintendo accounts are up only 4.1 percent).
Microsoft has enjoyed a solid presence in the video game streaming market, with Xbox Live subscriptions as well as a strong presence in online gaming.
Nintendo has seen strong interest in online video gaming, particularly with the launch of Pokemon GO in China.
Nintendo also had strong growth with mobile games last year as well, with the company seeing more than $1.2 billion in total mobile game revenue in 2016 (up from $1 billion in 2015).
Nintendo accounts were the second-largest single player revenue source in 2016 behind Nintendo’s Xbox Live account.
Microsoft also enjoyed a strong launch of the Xbox One S in China, with more video games and entertainment content available in the country than any other market outside of North America.