Compare Google Chrome’s popularity between desktop and mobile users
Google Chrome in the desktop area
It’s not surprising that Google Chrome is the leading browser on the desktop, and the new information provided by StatCounter in June 2018 confirms its success. According to statistics, Google Chrome reached 66.87% of the desktop market last month, with Mozilla Firefox only 11.44% and Internet Explorer 7.13.
Right now, Internet Explorer does not receive any new features, and so is in maintenance mode, and only the most important updates to cover the security holes in this browser are released. Microsoft has replaced the Internet Explorer with Edge in Windows 10, and Edge developers have left the Android and iOS version beyond the desktop, but Edge, nonetheless, is still striking behind all its rivals. Is. Interestingly, according to StatCounter, only 4.16 percent of users use Edge, while Apple’s Safari accounted for 5.38 percent of the share of active browsers.
Google Chrome’s performance among mobile browsers
Google Chrome continues to be the dominant browser in the mobile industry, which may well be a big part of this success because Android is now the world’s number one platform and Google Chrome is installed on most devices by default. According to the latest figures, the browser is leading the way with 54.98 percent, followed by Safari with 17.25 percent ranked second among the most popular mobile browsers.
Finally, the UC browser will be the third-most mobile user choice, and Firefox and Opera are by no means in the ranking. It looks like there is no Internet Explorer and Edge for the indefinite period other than Google Chrome! What is your view?