Browser report for November 2015

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We have seen that there is stagnant market for the browsers over quite some time. Chrome's growth has slowed down while it eats the market of Opera and IE little by little.

There is no renewed support for IE in spite of Windows 10 and Cortana. There has been decline over the last quarter. Same is true for Firefox and Opera browsers too. Only browsers with a growth apart from Chrome is the Safari, which has shown a marginal growth from 3.6% to 3.9 over last 2 months but just to remind that in the previous to previous cycle it had 4.5% market share so it has recovered it's  shrunk market.

For our website visits in last month, we saw the following trend:

EntryPageviews
Chrome
211 (42%)
Safari
83 (16%)
Firefox
71 (14%)
Internet Explorer
60 (12%)
Opera
39 (7%)
UCBrowser
16 (3%)
CriOS
3 (<1 div="">
Qt
3 (<1 div="">
SamsungBrowser
3 (<1 div="">
Dragon
2 (<1 div="">

However this chart shows data for both desktop and mobile combined. Chrome, IE,etc are available for both platforms and are seggregated here.

Arindra Mishra

A blogger, a photographer and an Engineer. I write about technology, engineering and photogrpahy.

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