Google just enjoyed its biggest quarter ever, with the tech giant reporting on Tuesday it brought in $61.9 billion during Q2 — up 62% from the same time last year, reports The Wrap.

The company’s Q2 sales beat the $56 billion in revenue Wall Street analysts were looking for; it also helped set a new quarterly sales record for Google, topping the $56.9 billion the company brought in during the holiday quarter last year.

According to The Wrap, Q2 highlights for Google include YouTube’s U.S. rollout of Shorts, “its new quick-hit video feature that adds to the growing list of TikTok competitors on the market. Google also partnered with e-commerce giant Shopify in May, allowing Shopify’s merchants to feature their products on Google Search, Maps and YouTube, among other spots.”

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