How many times has the phrase “How to” been typed into Google searches in the past year?

It’s been trending on Google searches for the past several years, and it’s only been trending for a few months.

Google’s search results for the term have been trending since March of 2017, but the search results haven’t changed much over that time period.

That’s because the term hasn’t actually appeared in Google search results in any meaningful way for at least three months.

That makes it hard to say for sure when the term “How To” actually started appearing in Google searches, but in late March 2017, the Google Trends blog posted a chart comparing Google Trends results for “how to” searches in April of 2017 with those for “android emoji” searches that month.

Google Trends shows that “how” searches were trending on Android phones and tablets during that period, but that trend has slowed over time.

In early April 2017, “how do you?” searches were rising as a top search term on Android smartphones and tablets.

Since then, the term has been trending in Android searches as a generic search term, with Google Trends showing that “do you have a question?” and “why?” are both the top search terms on Android mobile phones and tablet devices.

In mid-May 2017, Android users were still using “how you do?” searches to search for answers to their Android phone questions, but Google Trends has shown that Android users have begun using “android” as a search term for other Android search terms as well.

“Android emojis” are another popular Google search term in the Android smartphone and tablet space.

“emojis emoji” is also a common Android search term.

It’s not clear how much of a “how-to” trend “android emojes” has had on Android smartphone search results over the past few months, but it’s likely that the term is a significant part of Google searches that have continued to trend on Android devices.

If Google Trends data from March 2017 is anything to go by, Google’s searches for “Android” and “android phone” searches are still trending, but those searches have also been trending less.

In March 2017 Google Trends showed that Android smartphone searches for Android phones accounted for approximately 15 percent of all searches for mobile phones in the U.S., which is up from a little over 1 percent in March 2017.

In May 2017, searches for smartphones accounted for 19 percent of Android smartphone users’ searches, up from 15 percent in May 2017.

Google is now showing Android searches for phones and smartphones for more generic search terms, such as “how many of these Android phones have you tried?” and for Android smartphones with 4G LTE, up slightly from the 19 percent for May 2017 and up from 9 percent in April 2017.

For the time being, “android phones” remains the top Google search query for Android smartphone queries, but if the term becomes more common in Android smartphone usage, “Android phones” could continue to be the most searched for query for some time.