Canadians Really Wanted to Know How to Delete That Darn U2 Album

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Canadians want to know how to do things, above all: vote and use Snapchat.

Those were the top two “how to” searches in Canada this year, according to Google, whose 15th annual Year in Seach analyzed trillions of searches globally.

Oh, and remember that U2 Album, Songs of Innonence, that Apple forced on us? People were rather eager to delete it.

  1. How to vote
  2. How to use Snapchat
  3. How to get new emojis
  4. How to download Windows 10
  5. How to delete U2 album
  6. How to watch Blue Jays online
  7. How to help Syrian refugees
  8. How to play Charlie Charlie
  9. How to get Etheric Light
  10. How to play baseball

Technology searches saw a little bit of everything: BlackBerry, Android, Microsoft, and Apple were all represented in the top 10 tech searches in Canada in 2015.

  1. Blackberry Priv
  2. Nexus 6p
  3. Windows 10
  4. Nexus 5x
  5. Snapchat
  6. Whatsapp
  7. Dubsmash
  8. Apple Watch
  9. iPhone 6 Plus
  10. YouTube Red

Check out the full Year in Search, from most-searched toys to song lyrics to celebrities, here.

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