According to a report by Statcounter, Microsoft Edge has suddenly “dethroned” Safari to become the 2nd most popular browser in the world.
Statcounter data shows that the Microsoft Edge browser (based on the open source Chromium) is currently used on 10.07% of computers worldwide, while this figure in Safari is 9.61%.
The top position still belongs to Google Chrome with 66.64%, a huge number that many browser developers have always dreamed of.
Both Safari and Mozilla Firefox are losing market share and users, although updates, bug fixes, and new feature additions are constantly being rolled out.
The desktop version of Safari is currently plagued with bugs, poor user experience and compatibility. However, according to some leaked sources, the macOS 13 update revealed at the upcoming WWDC 2022 could help turn the tide for Safari.
On the mobile platform, Safari still holds the second position after Chrome, higher Samsung Internet and other browsers. Chrome has 62.87% of users, while Safari for iPhone and iPad has 25.35%. Samsung Internet comes in at third place on the list with 4.9% market share.
Overall statistics show that Google Chrome is still leading with 64.36% market share while Safari is in second place with 19.13% market share, Edge is third with 4.07% market share (not available). mobile version).
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