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Web Browser Market Share

Web browser market share, 2010 THE DECLINE OF INTERNET EXPLORER Internet Explorer now accounts for less than half of worldwide web browser usage. 70 60 50 e IE 40 Firefox has stagnated just above 30% since May 09 Firefox 20 12% Chrome launches Chrome 10 Safari - Opera **** Other Jul 08 2009 2010 Oct 10 Month SOURCE: STATCOUNTER THE FIRST BROWSER WAR Netscape dominated the browser market for most of the 90s. In May 2003, Internet Explorer reached its peak share of 88%. Five years later AOL withdrew support for Netscape. 100 4% 32% 80 IE IE 60 40 20 89% 64% Netscape axed Netscape Netscape Apr 96 Oct 98 Jan 02 Dec 07 SOURCES: GVU wwW USER SURVEY, W3C REVENUE FROM BROWSERS How much do Apple and Mozilla make from search ads and toolbar downloads? $25m $79m Safari Firefox Internet Explorer (2007) (2008) SOURCES: MOZILLA, DARING FIREBALL MOBILE BROWSER USAGE Worldwide use of mobile browsers is gaining at the expense of desktop browsing. Mobile browsers worldwide market share Mobile browsers vs Desktop browsers 100 Others 96.5% Android iPod touch 80 Blackberry 60 Nearly 5% of US and UK web traffic is from mobile browsers. Worldwide the figure is 3.5%. Nokia 40 iPhone 20 Opera 3.5% Dec 08 Oct 10 Dec 08 Oct 10 SOURCE: STATCOUNTER Market share (%)

Web Browser Market Share

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An infographic of web browsers, Internet Explorer's decline, the rise of Chrome and the increasing use of mobile browsers.


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