Here is the browser market share for December 2013, based on traffic to my top site (number in parentheses shows change from November 2013): Google Chrome: 45.89% (+1.75%) Firefox: 23.44% (-0.24%) IE: 22.33% (-2.25%) Safari: 2.93% (-0.07%) Opera: 0.99% (-0.07%)
Here is the browser market share for November 2013, based on traffic to my top site (number in parentheses shows change from October 2013): Google Chrome: 44.14% (+1.16%) IE: 24.58% (-3.10%) Firefox: 23.68% (+0.42%) Safari: 3.00% (+0.36%) Opera: 1.06% (+0.02%)
Based on our data, Chrome increased its market share in September, while IE was the big loser during the month. IE was also in the news as a zero-day vulnerability was detected.
In April 2013, both Google Chrome and IE gained market share, while Firefox and Safari lost share.
In February 2013, Google Chrome and Safari gained market share, while IE and Firefox both lost market share.
In January 2013, we saw a decline in Google Chrome’s browser market share for the first time since November 2008.
December 2012 was a good month for Google Chrome and Safari, while IE and Firefox suffered losses. We also look at the browser market share trend for all of 2012.
In November 2012, IE lost significant market share. Meanwhile, Microsoft has launched a “The Browser You Love To Hate” campaign to promote its IE 10 browser.