This report displays information on web browser market share and usage. Also known as "browser wars", the statistics below
analyze the amount of market penetration attained by browsers such as Internet Explorer, FireFox, Safari and Google Chrome.
We only list browsers that have amassed at least 0.1% of the market
share during the selected time period.
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The term "browser wars" refers to the competition for dominance in the web browser marketplace. The term is used to denote two specific periods of time: the competition between market-dominating Netscape Navigator and its eventual defeat by Microsoft Internet Explorer during the late 1990s, and the competition from 2003 onwards between the dominating Internet Explorer and several other emerging browsers including Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and, since mid-2008, Google Chrome.
Latest News: Google Chrome Faster On Mac OS X Thanks To 64-bit Support
Mobile Web User / 8/5/14
Recently, it was discovered that the browser is supporting another platform – Mac OS X. Developers and adopters who use Mac can now enjoy new features of the browser. What the browser does is it enables developers to experience a more stable browsing ...
Google Chrome 64-bit Beta Version Now Available for Download
Yahoo News UK / 8/4/14
The company says that users' settings, data and bookmarks will be automatically ported to the 64-bit variant, once they install the new browser within their devices. This means that users will be spared the task of having to uninstall older versions (including ...
Mozilla adds Firefox Search to Android
Ghacks Technology News / 8/4/14
Mozilla has added a new Firefox Search option to Nightly versions of the mobile browser. From Firefox 34 on, all users of the browser will have access to those features. When you swipe from the bottom of the screen up on Android devices running recent ...
Google Chrome Takes Lead On Mozilla Firefox Desktop Browser
MediaPost Communications / 8/4/14
Google's Chrome browser maintained its lead over Mozilla's Firefox desktop browser during the period from May through July, gaining more than 20% market share, per market stat company Net Applications. The gains put Google's desktop browser version in ...
MTS Ukraine starts new service over Opera mini
Telecompaper (subscription) / 8/3/14
Mobile operator MTS Ukraine has refreshed its 'MTS Web Pass' service for prepaid subscribers. The service enables customers to access certain internet resources over the Opera mini browser. The service is being offered at half price and a special package ...
Microsoft promises update to make IE browser more mobile-friendly
GMA News / 8/2/14
Windows Phone users can soon expect some decent surfing on mobile sites from Internet Explorer 11, Microsoft's default mobile browser. In a blog post, Microsoft is promising the enhancements to IE 11 in an upcoming update for the Windows Phone 8.1 ...
Mobile IE Updates For Windows Phone
AnandTech / 7/31/14
With the small market share of Windows Phone, many web sites have not tested against the mobile IE browser, nor do many even attempt to detect it. This has resulted in a mobile browsing experience that is quite different than one you would get on Android ...