According to new report from comScore, Microsoft's Bing stole some market share in June from rivals Google after a few sluggish months.
For the U.S. search market, Bing increased from 12.1 percent in May to 12.7 percent in June, its strongest growth in a few months.
Google remained the clear leader, but saw its share dip, from 63.7 percent to 62.6 percent for the same period.
Yahoo, which has been in 2nd place for years, remained there, seeing its share grow minimally from 18.3 percent to 18.9 percent.
On the whole, Americans made 16.4 billion searches for the month, up 3 percent from May.