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In China, Apple is reportedly switching the iOS search provider to Baidu, which dominates more than 80% of the Chinese search market. While this is an obvious move, there are some indicators investors should follow in both countries outside China, and within the United States. As consumers migrate from desktop platforms to mobile ones, Jeremy believes the default providers will have a leg up on the competition.
Apple's rise in China isn't a new story, but there's still plenty of opportunity for savvy investors to cash in on this once-in-a-lifetime trend. We already know many of the largest players well, but some of the best ways to play this shift are still under the radar. To expose our readers to these companies, the Fool recently wrote a free report detailing three unknown ways to play the mobile revolution. We made it absolutely free to our readers as well, so click here to access: "3 Hidden Winners of the iPhone, iPad, and Android Revolution." The report is free today but won't be forever, so check out your copy today by clicking here. Enjoy, and Fool on!
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