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When it comes to web browsers, Chrome is on top, Safari is second, and once-dominant IE is now far back in third. For over a decade, Internet Explorer IEthanks to Microsoft's illegal crushing of Netscaperuled the web browser field. Then came Google Chrome inand in short order, IE was in trouble.
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Google Chrome has recorded an unprecedented growth in the last 12 months. Consequently, the market share of Google Chrome browser swelled to The record jump of
Measuring browser market share is a tricky business. Which countries do you monitor? Do you count page views or unique visitors?
By Blake Newman. Every month, a new web browser version is released while older, obsolete web browsers fall off the radar. The environment is always in flux, always changing.
How many users do the various web browsers really have? We often hear about market share percentages, but we rarely get to see any actual user numbers. Not in market share percentages, but the actual number of people.
When Google announced the release of its own web browser Chrome inmany people asked themselves why Google was building a web browser. In retrospect, the better question would have been, why Google hadn't built a web browser earlier. After all, the company's entire business is people using a browser to access Google's services, as Sundar Pichai, a senior vice president at Google, put it.
At the start ofMicrosoft's Internet Explorer was still the most commonly used browser on the Web; it finished being used by about 46 percent of Web users, with 32 percent preferring Chrome, and 12 percent using Firefox. But Explorer's days have been numbered ever since Microsoft essentially ended its development. While the venerable browser is still supported and still gets security updates, its features and standard support have been frozen since
As we look ahead to and our upcoming Brave 1. With 1 million monthly active users at the beginning of and now over 5. Our new iOS version delivered significant performance gains, and our Android app passed 10 million downloads in August. There are now over 28, Verified publishersincluding YouTube channels and Twitch streamers for whom we added support in Marchwho have signed up for Brave Rewards to reconnect with their audiences up from 4, at the beginning of and benefit from our referral program.