New statistics released Thursday show a volatile competitive market mobile browser to the slower market for personal computer browser is missing.
Net Applications has long shown the world total usage-based browser visits a site collection with the help of analysis software. Now, however, it separated the navigation on PC desktops and notebooks, mobile navigation on cell phones and tablets. With computers, the story remains essentially unchanged: Microsoft Internet Explorer continues to slip gradually, while Google Chrome and Apple Safari to increase gradually.
But in the mobile market, there is much more jitter in the statistics. Apple’s Safari on the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and is the leading browser used, the use of 44.3 percent in October 2010 to 53.0 percent in August 2011. And although the five browsers has changed since last year, it seems likely unbranded browser, Google Android will be to replace two of Opera Mini in the coming months.
From October 2010 to August 2011 Opera Mini has fallen in the use of 32.4 percent to 20.8 percent. Android has 9.2 to 15.7 percent, according to Net Applications statistics.
Also on a downward trend, Symbian browser, which fell 8.1 percent to 5.8 percent. Blackberry browser on the fifth place, surrounded by 2.7 percent to 2.9 percent.
Mobile browsing deserves more attention on his own now, said Net Applications. “Increasing the combination of mobile and more compressed dramatically and now has more than 6 percent (and speed) of all surf the Internet,” the company said.
With the methodology of Net Applications’ new PC browsers do not change course, have been released but Chrome and Safari was better after the worst mobile browser in a separate category combined.
For browsers, computers under the new methods, IE has dropped from 61.0 percent to 55.3 percent from October 2010 to August 2011, Firefox has increased from 23.6 percent to 22.6 percent; Chrome rose from 8.8 percent to 15.5 percent, 3.9 percent of Safari and Opera to 4.6 percent from 2.3 percent to 1.7 percent.