Apple and Alphabet’s Google have reached an agreement to let Google control search results for users in their mobile and desktop apps, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Google will also be allowed to add new search results to the app, and the two companies are set to “develop and deliver an app experience tailored to the needs of the device,” the WSJ said in a report Monday.
The agreement, which could come as soon as next month, follows a long-running antitrust dispute between the two tech giants.
The deal was first reported by the Wall Journal.
While Google currently owns over a third of the search market, Apple has a monopoly on Android, which Google has launched its own version of.
The companies’ agreement could allow Google’s search engine to compete with Google’s own.
Google already offers search services to Apple users, including Maps, Google Now, Chrome, and Search.