Browser Statistic Wars: Google Chrome Makes A Stand

The last time we informed you of the ongoing browser wars between Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and a few others, we were able to tell you that search engine giant’s browser has been growing at a steady rate. The stats have continued to rise in favor of Google Chrome in terms of market share but there must be a reason for it.

Perhaps one of the potential reasons is down to Google’s endless advertising of their product; we have certainly noticed a few of them around. We have also heard that there will be a Google Chrome advert within the next Super Bowl. This means that Google is pumping a heck of a lot of money in Google Chrome’s advertising campaigns.

We are again looking at the trend of Google Chrome and we can see that it has now surpassed 10% in terms of global browser usage. This is the highest point Chrome has managed to reach so far as it has gained 0.72% between November and December. Check the graph below that shows its steady increase, the graph is from netmarketshare.com.

Taking a quick look at another of the browsers, Firefox has managed to hold its share of the net share at around 22.75%. According to tomsguide.com Firefox has hovered around 22-23% over the last 6 months. If you want to give Chrome a try then click here to head through to its download page.

Are you surprised that Google’s Chrome browser is continually rising? We are wondering how much further it will go next month. Check back to find out and leave your thoughts in the comments section below.