Chrome web browser continues growthApril 5, 2012
In March 2012, for users of the W3Schools website, Google’s Chrome web browser overtook Firefox as the most popular browser.
The W3Schools website monitors user statistics of people with an interest for web technologies, and acknowledges that its’ visitors may be more interested in using alternative browsers than the average user. However the statistics reveal clear universal trends.
Apart from Apple’s Safari which has held a relatively steady position this year, the only browser with a continually expanding market share has been Chrome.
The statistics for March display a continuation of a strong growth trend for the Chrome, with 37.3% share, leading Firefox (36.3%) and Internet Explorer (18.9%), and well ahead of Safari (4.4%) and an ultra-slim favourite amongst programmers, Opera (2.3%).
Chrome entered the market in September ’08, when Microsoft held almost half the market (49%). Since then, as Chrome has grown in popularity by one or two percent per month, Firefox has lost 7% market share, while IE has declined by a massive 41 percent!
From Our Clients
Andrew and his team at Digital Tsunami were the developers behind our micro site for Fearless.
I like the way they work (efficient, effective) and delivered a great site, on time.
Digital Tsunami’s work for Leighton International has been of an extremely high quality, highly responsive and flexible in approach. Andrew and his team worked with us to understand our needs and find the most appropriate solutions.
I don't know what you do, but you do it well.
It is clear from the enthusiasm and professionalism shown, that Digital Tsunami views each client as a long term partner contributing ideas above and beyond the development of the site and we look forward to involving them in future marketing initiatives.
(We) took a fairly substantial audit of .. sophisticated sites both technically and creatively .. Out of six prominent designers, Digital Tsunami stood out.
The quality of the images, the sophisticated management of text .. together with smooth animations makes (our) website of very high calibre.
I would personally rate this site in the top 2 percent of world wide web sites today.