Shareaholic’s Browser Share Report

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  1. KeyPer4Life

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    So Safari has bigger market share than Internet Explorer and Firefox? Visitors to their site maybe, but this are not worldwide usage statistics.
     
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    Anyone who has IE at 10% market share mark can't be taken seriously.
     
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    I was wondering about the same...:confused: :eek:
     
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    Worldwide Firefox market Share: April 2014
    Firefox 29, 0.70%
    Firefox 28, 12.28%
    Firefox old, 4.02%

    Total Firefox share = 17.00%

    Worldwide Chrome market Share: April 2014
    Chrome 34, 8.64%
    Chrome 33, 5.27%
    Chrome old, 4.01%

    Total Chrome share = 17.92%

    Worldwide IE market Share: April 2014
    IE11, 16.61%
    IE10, 6.85%
    IE9, 8.89%
    IE8, 20.85%
    IE7, 0.71%
    IE6, 3.73%

    Total IE share = 57.64%

    IE is still by far the most popular browser, according to Net Applications. Shareaholic
    tracked 250 million users visiting its network of 200,000 publishers while Net Applications
    captures data from 160 million unique visitors each month by monitoring some 40,000 websites
    for its clients.

    Shareaholic is including mobile browsers in its data while Net Applications keeps desktop
    and mobile stats separate. Shareaholic’s data encompasses the usage of browsers by measuring
    how many webpages are viewed by each browser. Net Applications meanwhile looks at users by
    measuring how many people using each browser are viewing webpages. It’s important to make
    the distinction between usage and users if you plan to look at “market share” figures.

    StatCounter listed Chrome as first with 45.22 percent, IE in second with 21.43 percent, Firefox
    in third with 18.62 percent, Safari with 9.79 percent, and Opera with 1.39 percent for April
    2014.


    http://thenextweb.com/insider/2014/...e10-ie9-combined-chrome-cements-lead-firefox/

    http://thenextweb.com/insider/2014/...cross-desktop-mobile-firefox-falls-safari-ie/
     
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