Google Chrome continues to increase it’s market share

Google Chrome browser continues to increase its market share: according to a recent report of the company Net Applications, in November, the share of Google Chrome reached 9.27 percent of the total market for Web browsers. For one month it has increased by 0.77%.Experts say the growing popularity of Chrome is monitored by the decline in popularity of other browsers, in particular, the share of Microsoft Internet Explorer (all versions) from October to November fell from 59.18% to 58.41%, while the share of Mozilla Firefox (all versions) decreased from 22.83% to 22.81%.

The report of Net Applications says that for the month of the big five web browser has increased its share Apple Safari – from 5.36% in October to 5.57 percent in November.

Some versions of browsers became leader in November Chrome 7, which leads most popular Firefox 3.6. In February 2010 the share of the browser has risen to 5.64 percent, but Chrome for November 7 only has gained 6.09 percent.In part, this growth from Net Applications attributed to the growth of the mobile versions of Chrome, which comes with the system Android and will be sold with future versions of OS ChromeOS, which is still in test mode by Google.

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