According to the latest figures from Net Applications has Chrome issued in November market share to its rivals Internet Explorer and Firefox. The proportion of the Google browser shrank from the previous month by 1.3 points to 17.24 percent. The browser from Microsoft and Mozilla , however laid by 0.6 and 0.4 points to 54.76 percent and 20.44 percent.
Year on year, a similar picture emerges. Chrome lost compared to November 2011, a one percentage point, while Internet Explorer increases its market share in the past year by about two points. Firefox was the result achieved in November 2011 by 22.18 percent in November this year but not to exceed. The 20.44 percent but Firefox ‘highest percentage since April 2012.
Safari and Opera again achieved slight growth. Apple’s browser improved by 0.1 points to 5.33 percent. With Opera in November intervened to 1.67 percent of all users on the Internet. This represents an increase of 0.04 points compared to October and by 0.1 points compared to November 2011.
Based on the browsers Internet Explorer 8, the statistics from Net Applications continues to before IE9. The shares of both browsers remained virtually unchanged over the past month. The runners are 16 Firefox with 12.93 percent and Chrome 23 with 10.52 percent.
In the mobile browsers is as in previous months a very different picture. Microsoft does not dominate here, but Apple’s market. The mobile version of Safari was in November, their lead over the Android browser to expand even further. Their share rose by 1.2 points to 61.5 percent, while Google’s Android browser nameless came to 26.09 percent (up 0.1 points).
Winner of the Month in the mobile space is Chrome, which was in November, let the browser of BlackBerry OS, Symbian OS and Microsoft’s mobile Internet Explorer for the first time behind.Chrome rose 0.3 percentage points to 1.14 percent. Until the third-place Opera Mini is available for Google Chrome, however, still a long way. The mobile browser from Norway secured in November 7 percent of the market. Its share is declining, and in October he had amounted to 8.2 percent.